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Review – Montage Jennesse Chocolate Masque

2 Dec

I hardly ever buy masks.  I usually get enough of them in my beauty subscriptions, and I haven’t really seen the benefit in them.

However, they are a great way to pamper yourself and to get your skin Holiday party ready.

Recently, I decided to fix this beauty lack and incorporate facial masks to my beauty routine.  At my local grocery store, for a $1.99, I bought a package of Montage Jennesse Chocolate Masque.

If your store doesn’t carry it, fret not!  This line is abundant on Amazon.

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What attracted me to this was the absolutely creepy picture of the lady on the package.  Mint and chocolate bars for eyes, crusty looking skin. I know it’s supposed to represent the mask.  I still don’t like it.  So I bought it! HA

What is it?

An anti-stress, pore cleansing mask

How does it work?

 Slap it on, sit, wait.   Watch Grey’s Anatomy or Scandal.  It will get hard and dry.

It also has some pretty awesome ingredients.  I really like packaging, so I took a picture of the list:

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What did I think?

First impression, this smells like cocoa.  So I fell in love.  Second impression, this made my skin really nice.  My pores were cleaner and smoother.

Bonus impression, the package is rather generous and you can easily get 3 uses out of this.

Will I repurchase?

Yes.  I also want to try their other varieties.

Have you tried the Montage Jennesse Chocolate Masque?  What did you think?

~Anna

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5 Responses to “Review – Montage Jennesse Chocolate Masque”

  1. P-Bubbs (Jenn) December 2, 2014 at 10:04 am #

    Awesome post. I often see these at the store in my home town but have never tried them, perhaps now I will 🙂

  2. The Fashion Huntress December 2, 2014 at 11:24 am #

    YUM! I definitely want to try this~!! Anything that smells that delicious is definitely worth trying- it’s calorie free 🙂

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