Montagne Jeunesse Apricot Scrub
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5 reviews
Ranked #428 out of 524 in Masks

Exfoliate with our Apricot Scrub as part of your beauty regime for a radiant, glowing complexion. Bursting with sweet mango this rich facial scrub deep cleanses & revitalises. Crushed Apricot Kernels removes dead skin cells whilst Aloe Vera softens & soothes leaving skin super soft. Tired, dull looking skin will be radically transformed to smooth, bright looking healthier skin. ? Suitable For Vegans ? Gluten Free ? Dairy Free ? No Added Parabens

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August 12, 2013


I loved using this mask, and have tried every kind of Montagne mask. I prefer the peel-off masks over the wash off, but this was a nice relaxing, soothing mask.

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January 07, 2013


I love Montagne Jeunesse masks! They're super affordable and work really well. I've used a variety, some aromatherapy and green tea peel-away ones, and I like them all. It's a great way to amp up your at-home spa day, and they really do work as promised! And for a few bucks, it's totally worth it.



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June 27, 2012


Ok, I have to admit, I haven't tried these masks yet. I have a few masks on the go right now, so I'm waiting till they're done before trying for myself. However, I have bought many many of these as little gifts for stockings or to add to birthday gifts. They are super cheap and convienent for gift giving!

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March 13, 2012


In the winter, my dry skin definitely needs to be pampered more often if I want to keep eczema at bay. I always hear everyone raving about St.Ives Fresh Skin Exfoliating Apricot Scrub but the one time I gave it a try, it felt way too rough for my poor damaged skin and it left my face feeling sore and irritated, which never happened with any other face scrubs before. I still don't understand what happened because I always tend to go for the most abrasive face scrubs I can find, so I thought maybe I had an allergy to apricot, which felt strange because I'm OK when I eat some.

When I was sent this Apricot face scrub from Farleyco.ca, I decided to give apricot another try. I mean, how can you say no to such a yummy packaging? I think Montagne Jeunesse products packagings always look so unique and eye-catching and their products look good enough to eat! Not to mention the delicious smell... I advise you - do not use these masques if you are hungry!

The texture is great - very thick and the exfoliating beads (which are really apricot kernels) are a good size and there are a lot of them, unlike some other cheap foaming scrubs. Because it's a scrub and not a mask, you don't need to apply a super thick layer of product on your face - please don't use all of the sachet in one time! I bet this will last me for around five more scrubs. The only negative things about Montagne Jeunesse packaging is that it's messy and not resealable, so I like to pour the leftover product in a little pot so it doesn't dry up and it's easier to scoop with your fingers.

I thouroughly cleaned my face and then applied the scrub. It is advised to apply the product evenly over face and neck, massage and then let it sit for 5-10 minutes or until dry, which I thought was strange because usually, scrubs are meant to be washed away, but this is no ordinary face scrub because it contains clay so it will harden on your face and deeply exfoliate and clean your skin.

I usually tend to avoid clay masks because some tend to be drying. This Montagne Jeunesse face scrub left my dry skin feeling super tight and uncomfortable when I washed it off - like most clay masks I previously used - but it was OK when I applied my moisturizer. The day after, I noticed that my skin was not drier because of the scrub, but also that it was more glowy - what a nice surprise! I truly think this Apricot face scrub is of great quality for the price ($1.99 for 12g / 0.4oz).

All Montagne Jeunesse products are Vegetarian Society approved, not tested on animals and cruelty-free (BUAV Approved). Canadian residents can get them at Farleyco.ca for $1.99 or at selected drugstores.

Disclaimer: One or more products were sent to me for consideration to review. I am not affiliated with this company and the fact that the products were free absolutely does not influence my opinion.

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May 25, 2011


So after trying Montagne Jeunesse for the first time after getting a freebie of it I went out and bought a bunch of face masques and a peel from their line. On the whole I'm pretty pleased with them. They smell great and seem to do a good job and all at a good price (under $2! at most stores).

So here's a little information on THIS product.
It is "BAUV Approved" and "Vegetarian Standard".
It is "Deep Exfoliating & Ultra Cleansing"

Also an important note "Looks and smells delicious but please DON'T EAT" ;P

Alrightie, on to it. The package says to cleanse, massage, relax 5-10 minutes and rinse.
After cleansing I opened the packet and immediately I could smell the delicious mango and apricot scent. I put some on my fingers and the texture was kind of thick and creamy and there was small crushed apricot kernels in it. I smoothed it on, messaged and followed the rest of the directions. I left it on for 10 minutes until it was 'hard' (I usually leave it on for the later time).

While washing it it came off generally easy and my pores were looking clearer and like alll that junk was comin' right out! Once I got everything off of my face and looked in the mirror my face looked brighter so to say and smoother. It also definitely felt smoother at the touch and softer. Maybe even a bit tighter. Overall it just feels better that it has all week.

Take a little me time, relax and use something from the Montagne Jeunesse line to feel a little better and more relaxed!
Have fun!

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