Check out these links for my previous reviews: Self Heating, Peel Off & Nut Oil Mud
Week 4 is Scrub masks, and we are trying and reviewing the Crushed Apricot and Mango Masque.
"Montagne Jeunesse Crushed Apricot and Mango Masque. Bursting with sweet mango this rich facial scrub deep cleanses & revitalizes. Crushed Apricot Kernels remove dead skin cells whilst Aloe Vera softens & soothes, leaving skin radiant."
I applied this mask with a brush, like the previous ones. It went on smoothly, and felt quite cool. I could feel the apricot scrubbies exfoliating my face as I applied it. I left it on for 10-15 minutes, and by that time it was completely dry on my face. It did not get as hard as the Mud mask last week. I could still move my face and make expressions, but there was a slight tightness.
Removal was fairly easy. I used warm water and a wash cloth, and massaged it off in circular motions in order to get the most from the exfoliation aspect. The creamy aspect of the mask removed easily, but the little apricot scrubbies were kind of a pain to get off. I had to rinse my face a few times to get it all off.
I was left with super smooth, cleansed, and soft skin. My skin didn't feel tight and dry, but it didn't feel super hydrated either. It just felt normal, and good. I toned and moisturized like normal after, and my skin felt great for the rest of the day. I also felt like my foundation went on better than ever after using this.
Ease of Use 4/5 - Mask left lots of scrubby bits on my face that required quite a few rinses.
Total Score 19/20
To get your own Apricot Scrub Masque visit Farley Co Beauty or the following retailers: Familiprix, Lawtons Drugs, Value Drug Mart, or Walmart. This mask retails for $2.
Disclaimer: Product(s) in this post were provided for review purposes. All opinions are honest and my own.