Face Mask Friday #9 – Montagne Jeunesse PawPaw Peel Off

I had a good experience with the last peel off face mask (review here) I reviewed from Montagne Jenuesse, so I decided to give another one of them a whirl for this weeks instalment of Face Mask Friday.


The Montagne Jeunesse Paw Paw Peel Off Mask is a pore cleansing mask, designed to give a purifying boost for tired skin. Using Paw Paw (papaya) and Noni Fruit, which is added to naturally help protect.

From the moment you get this out the packet it isn’t as vividly orange as it looks like it might be on the packet. More like a clear bright orange honey, which is almost clear as it applies onto the skin with a distinctly tropical smell which makes it feel refreshing.

Unlike the Montangne Jeunesse Black Seaweed Masque, which had a cool feeling for the first few minutes that it was applied, the Pawpaw peel off masque had no such qualities. Over 20 minutes this sets into a dry but sticky sheet which is easily removed. And again like the other did pull away some signs of blackheads and clogged pores to reveal a smoother and softer skin, this appeared to do nothing.

I was hoping that there might be some kind of noticeable effect to my skin the next morning, but my skin felt and looked the same as the moment that I had applied. Like a few of the other face masks from Montagne Jeunesse I’ve tried this is more of a teenage girls night in, but for actually seeing effects on the skin it disappoints.

The final face mask friday post – at least for a bit – is going to be a DIY mask, I’ve had a nutribullet for a few weeks and have been dying to try it out for something other than nutriblasts and milkshakes, and I think this will be a great additional use! There were a few in the Glam Guide which I reviewed – so I might give one of those a go!


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