I think that I must have used all of the facemasks on the Montagne Jeunesse range now and one of the nicest peel off ones I have tried in this range is the one called Prickly Pear. I must admit that I was attracted to the odd sounding name and this is what made me want to buy it in the first place. I bought this facemask from Boots for only 99p (with others, as there was some sort of offer on at the time).
Like all of the masks in this range, this one come sin a small 10ml foil packet with perforations at the side to ensure you can open it without having to use scissors. The mask itself is a really bright vivid raspberry colour. You certainly couldn’t get lost in a crowd wearing this mask!
The scent is rather sweet though not sickly sweet and the mask is very think and almost what I would describe as being a gel like consistency. You have to leave it on your face for between fifteen to twenty minutes before carefully peeling it off. I sued mine whilst I was lying in the bat, as I find this is the best place to apply face masks.
I could feel a rather pleasant cooling sensation on my face and neck whilst this mask was drying though this was nice and not at all unpleasant. After the allotted time, I peeled off the mask from the bottom of my face and it came off in more or less one piece, though there were some tiny remnants around my hair line but these came off fine with a wet flannel
Afterwards, my face felt quite tingly and certainly very refreshed. I think it managed to close up some of my pores around my forehead and it certainly helped with my greasy T line.
For only 99p it is well worth the rice and I really like the way it makes my face feel and look.