Cucumber Peel-Off Masque by Montagne Jeunesse

I know a lot of the products we talk about in this segment are special order items, but today is going to be a little different.  I’ve been using this brand of peel-off masques for ages, because it’s what is stocked in my local grocery store.

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The Cucumber Peel-Off Masque by Mantagne Jeunesse is usually 2 for $3 at Hannaford, and I’ve found that it works well for me.  I use it maybe once a month or so; I don’t want to overuse it, so I try to keep a couple types of masques at my house for when I need something extra to help out.  I do use Noxema daily, but I use masques rather sparingly, as a way to treat myself.

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Before applying the masque, I always pull my hair back, and run a bath.  It makes me feel like I’m giving myself a bit of a spa treatment, which everyone deserves.  With my hair back, and my bath filling up, I open the package, dip my finger in, and spread the greenish goop on my face.  I usually put it across my forehead, my nose, cheeks, and chin.  I try to make sure that any areas I’m having problems with get some masque on them.  After about 30 minutes (it takes longer in a hot bath, because of the rising steam), the masque is ready to peel-off!

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I think that’s my favorite part of masques, is peeling them off myself.  It feels like I’m actively making my skin better.  After that, I try to wash my face with cold water, and make sure I do so again after my bath, to make sure that my pores stay clean.

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Using peel-off masques always feel so good.  I love the way my face feels afterwards; clean and soft.  I can usually get two uses out of each package, so they’re not only cheap and effective, but they last.  I love using them, and that’s why I’ve been faithfully using them for several years.

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Fangirls, if you like feeling refreshed and relaxed, and also peeling things off your face, check out these masques.  They smell lovely, and make you feel great!  Check them out here!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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About Emily Althea

Emily is a 20-something Fangirl in love with too many fandoms. You can find her on Twitter (@DoTheFangirl) and Instagram (@emilyfangirls).
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