Thursday, 14 August 2014

Montagne Jeunesse Peel Off Face Masks in Mango Tango & Runny Honey

Montagne Jeunesse Peel off Face Mask Mango Tango Runny Honey

I've been using Montagne Jeunesse face masks for a while, both the the Mud ones and the Peel off ones. However, when I was in Primark recently I spotted these where which I assume are exclusive to Primark in the flavours of Mango Tango and Runny Honey, immediately I thought they both would smell absolutely yummy and at 90p each, I couldn't say no! So a packet of each flavour soon made it's way into my basket. 

I've had a few pamper nights since I bought these so I could test them out (like I needed a reason to pop on a face mask!) so here's what I thought...

Montagne Jeunesse Peel off Face Mask Mango Tango Runny Honey

Mango Tango was definitely my favourite out of the two - mainly because Mango (alongside Cherry) is one of my favourite fruits - both the scent and taste. This face mask is a mix of Mango and Noni Fruit to create a gorgeous tropical scent.

The formula itself is quite thick and gloppy and will go everywhere if you are not careful when applying it to your face. Once it's on your skin though, it stays and I found it took around 20 - 30 minutes to fully dry so that I could peel it off properly. As soon as I peeled this face mask off, my skin felt SO incredibly soft and I could immediately feel, and see a difference in my skin, for the better! Plus the gorgeous scent of the Mango and Noni Fruit lasted so long on the skin and made me feel really refreshed, which is something I definitely needed after a long day at work.

Montagne Jeunesse Peel off Face Mask Mango Tango Runny Honey

The second mask I tried was Runny Honey which contains Honey and Vanilla - I thought this sounded like a winning combination but as soon as I put it on my skin, I wasn't a fan of the smell. It smelt gone off! The formula was more runny that other Montagne Jeunesse face masks that I have tried, and I put this down to the consistency of the honey that's in the formula. This face mask actually took a very long time to dry, a good 40+ minutes and even then it was completely dry and was still sticky in parts - again, I put this down to the honey.

My skin did feel soft after this, but definitely not as soft as it did after using over varities of Montagne Jeunesse face masks, so for that reason I wouldn't repurchase Runny Honey, but I would definitely repurchase Mango Tango due to how amazing it made my skin feel afterwards! At 90p a pop though, I can't really complain too much if one doesn't work completely right for me!

Have you tried Montagne Jeunesse face masks? If so, what's your favourite flavour?


  1. I adore Montagne Jeunesse face masks, definitely need to try the Mango Tango one (: xx

  2. I love these. I use them all the time. I even got my husband to start doing with them now. I've been using coconut oil on my face too. I've heard a lot of good things about it.


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