05/11/2012

Cruelty-Free Beauty Review: Montaigne Jeunesse Facial Mask



I don't even remember where I picked up these and they cost something like £1,50.

Montaigne Jeunesse is a cruelty-free and vegetarian-approved cosmetics brand that I have never tried before but was curious about. I tried on the mask on Sunday morning (in front of The X Factor!) and I very much liked the scent and the clean feeling as I rinsed it off.

Today my skin still feels fresh and clean, so I'm sticking with Montaigne for a while!

By the way - have I mentioned how much my skin has changed since I've been eating a mainly vegan diet? The dull grey shade that I affectionately referred to as "Milan grey" is gone and replaced by a healthier glow. I suspect eating carrots and lentils has more to do with it than moving to London! 

If you have any tips for cruelty-free beauty brands that I can get in London and that I haven't mentioned here yet, let me know!

4 comments:

  1. mmm interessante questa cosa delle carote contro il grigio milano! mmm mi sa che cercherò di recuperare l'abitudine di sgranocchiare carote come in estate!

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    1. Le carote erano piú che altro un esempio, intendevo piú verdure, frutta e legumi in generale! Immagino che per quanto riguarda la pelle é piú merito di questo piuttosto che dell'aria londinese...

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  2. Måste skriva och tacka för din kommentar på min blogg! Jag fastnade här också, du verkar vara en härlig person (läste din about) :)

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