Montagne Jeunesse Super Fruit Mud Masque – Review

Happy Friday everyone!

* Product provided for review. *

This is the final week of the Canadian Beauty Bloggers’ Montagne Jeunesse Mask Challenge and I’m sad to see it come to an end because it sure was fun trying out all these different face masks.

To catch up on the masks we’ve tried so far, here are the recaps:
Week 1: self-heating
Week 2: peel-off
Week 3: oil mud mask
Week 4: scrub mask

And the theme for this final week is mud mask, for which I’m sharing with you the Super Fruit Mud Masque.

Goji Berries are one of the most powerful super fruits around so this mud packs a punch when it comes to protecting against the drying effects of environmental stresses. We’ve added nutrient rich Pomegranates too – POW!

Suitable for:
– Normal
– Combination
– Oily


This mask smells very fruity. I’m not sure what goji berries smell like but I sure did smell the pomegranate! The smell lingered all night too – my husband even commented on it.


This mask has a thick texture so it was easy to apply with my fingers.

I had to hurry to take my picture because it was already starting to dry around my mouth only minutes after applying it.

Feeling #1 (with mask on)

I found initially that it had a bit of an icy/hot feeling going on – kind of both at the same time, but then it just felt cool and it was nice.

This mask will dry out, which I’m not a fan of, but I knew this would happen so I was ready for it.

I did have fun making it crack all over before removing it though. 🙂


I rinsed this mask off with my hands and it took a while to fully remove it. Since it dries up you have to get it wet again, then you can start actually removing it.

I knew that grabbing a face cloth would help with the removal, but since I did not do that for any of the other masks in the challenge I wanted to give them all the same treatment.

Feeling #2 (after removal)

I expected my face to feel dry because this mask is not intended for dry skin, but it actually felt good.

Final Thoughts

I’m not a fan of drying masks, but my face felt really good once it was removed. This mask also made me realize that I’m not a big fan of pomegranate scent. But, if you’re a fan of all these things then you’d love this mask.

This mask is available on the FarleyCo web site for $1.99 CAD, and they also list the retailers that carry it.

How do you feel about mud masks?

– Chantal 🙂

Computer geek by day and super mom by night, Chantal loves to try products of any kind and share her thoughts with the world.

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