Review and Giveaway: Montagne Jeunesse Vegan Masks
Category: $, Combination Skin, Gluten-Free, Mask, Men, Montagne Jeunesse, Normal Skin, Oily Skin, Skin Care, Vegan / 12/10/2013
|Four vegan options for ladies|
- Safety ratings vary
|There are also two vegan options for men.|
After doing a sampling of ratings on the EWG Skin Deep database, these masks average about a 3. I was glad to see that parabens were removed from the formula recently, so the company clearly is interested in keeping their products fairly gentle. However, at such an affordable price, I was not surprised to see ingredients such as propylene glycol and FD&C colors, which come in around a 3 each on the EWG Skin Deep database.
If you are looking for these masks in the store, I saw some by this brand at CVS and you might also want to check at Ulta. The manufacturer will soon launch a U.S. store for more convenient ordering. To note, vegan masks include the Green Tea Peel Off Masque, the Red Hot Earth Sauna Masque, the Cucumber Peel Off Masque, the Apricot Scrub, the Mens' Dead Sea Mud Masque, and the Mens' Peel Off Pore Cleansing Masque, all of which are also gluten-free. To note, the mens' masks have a similar performance, but scents are tailored to the genders. If you're looking for a fairly gentle face mask that is affordable and suitable for home use, check out the vegan options from Montagne Jeunesse.
Product Ratings (out of 5)
I have a Montagne Jeunesse Vegan Skin Care Bundle (assembled by Montagne Jeunesse) available to give away to one lucky reader! One winner will be chosen at random from all eligible entries. Just leave a comment through the Rafflecopter widget below stating your skin type. Additional entries are available for posting this giveaway Twitter (this can be done daily for up to one additional entry each day, also using the widget so you get credit). Contest ends 12/17/13 at 12:01 AM EST. Best of luck!
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