|I'd love to show you a picture of me wearing the mask, but I don't want to scare anybody, but you get the picture!|
Application was a bit of a pain to get out the packet, for me personally anyway, but it was very wet which meant it stuck to my face easily. It was far too big for my face, which meant it came right down to my neck - trust me, not a good look! I left it on for about 15 minutes, then worked in the remaining product for a couple more minutes, rinsed off and had instantly smooth skin. I didn't see a massive difference after a few days, but for a pick-me-up they're great.
My favourite is probably the Dead Sea Mud Spa Mask. It was very refreshing and a great little spa treat. The mask contains dead sea mud, dead sea salt and seaweed, all are really good for our skin.
The Glacial Clay made my eyes water far too much and sting a little. I have extremely sensitive eyes, so maybe that's why it didn't agree with me.
Montagne Jeunesse Clay Spa Masks* are at a bargain price of £1.49 and available from Boots (Mid-August), ASDA (September) and now available here on the Montagne Jeunesse website.
Have you tried the Montagne Jeunesse face masks? What do you think of sheet masks, scary or a brilliant idea?