Review: Montagne Jeunesse Chocolate Mud Masque

As , here’s my short review on one of  Montagne Jeunesse’s facial masks — the Chocolate Mud Masque.

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Back to our regular programming, here’s the mask I’m talking about.

Montagne Jeunesse Chocolate Mud Masque is rich in deep cleansing ingredients that help unblock pores, allowing skin’s impurities to be drawn out.

Coupled with the skin healing properties of Dead Sea Salt and the moisturising benefits of Cocoa Butter and Shea Butter, you will be left with renewed, re-hydrated and younger-looking skin.

To use: cleanse face with warm water. Apply evenly to face and neck, avoiding the eye and lip area. Leave on for 10-15 minutes or until dry. Rinse thoroughly with water. Pat dry. Use weekly as needed.

Looks & Smells Literally Like Chocolate

Looks like chocolate icing, isn’t it? 😛

If you’re a chocolate lover (or happen to have a sweet tooth for anything), you’d really want to eat this product! LOL 😀

But, of course, never ever attempt doing it! 😛

This mask really smells like sweet chocolate that it whets my appetite for something saccharine every time I put it on my face.

Takes Time to Rinse, Leaves Skin Soft & Supple

A startling picture of me with the Chocolate Mud Mask. Ha-ha!

I just put a just-right amount to cover my entire face, not to thick nor too thin. As the mask gets drier, it feels a bit tighter on my phentermine skin. It’s not as tight as  though, which I happened to own ages ago (and loved). Like most mud packs, it takes time to remove thoroughly.

After rinsing, I notice that my skin feels soft and supple, not too taut or dry unlike some heavy mud packs. As far as I’m concerned, I hasn’t reacted adversely on my super oily, acne-prone skin [yet].

Price: Php 79.75 per pack.

Available in Watsons, PCX, Landmark, Gaisano, Waltermart and other leading department stores and supermarkets nationwide.


2 responses to “Review: Montagne Jeunesse Chocolate Mud Masque”

  1. newbie :D says:

    Hi po 😀 yung isang pack ba nito ay good for one use lang? thanks po and gbua 😀

  2. Good for one use lang, although yung mud pack pwedeng tipirin for successive use. 🙂

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