Montagne Jeunesse Apricot Scrub masque review

Montagne Jeunesse Apricot Scrub masque review

Week#4 of the Canadian Beauty Bloggers Montagne Jeunesse Masque Challenge sponsored by Farley Co Beauty brings a type of mask I have never tried before: a scrub mask! If you’re tardy to the party, you can catch up on Weeks 1-3 here.

Montagne Jeunesse Apricot Scub masque swatch

Check out the Montagne Jeunesse Apricot Scrub masque made with Apricot, Mango and Aloe Vera.

Montagne Jeunesse Crushed Apricot and Mango Masque. Bursting with sweet mango this rich facial scrub deep cleanses & revitalizes. Crushed Apricot Kernels remove dead skin cells whilst Aloe Vera softens & soothes, leaving skin radiant.

  • Dry Skin
  • Normal Skin
  • Oily Skin
  • Combination Skin

If you have sensitive skin, you may want to skip this one!

Montagne Jeunesse Apricot Scrub masque selfie
How it works is you rub the mask lightly into your skin with your fingers (for exfoliation) then allow it to dry for 5-10 minutes for a deeper cleanser.

My thoughts:  I like the dual action of this one and it wasn’t too uncomfortable when it dried either. The clean-up was a bit brutal because of the large-ish apricot kernels though.

Comfort: 4/5 – The exfoliation is gentle enough for my skin and the mask didn’t try too tight.
Aroma: 4/5 – Amazing aroma, smells like apricots and reminds me of St Ives Apricot Scrub!
Results: 5/5 – I actually quite like this one! It exfoliates and tightens. I think this will be great in the summer.
Ease of Use: 2/5 – SUPER messy cleanup and because of the exfoliating rub at the beginning I couldn’t use my trusty mask brush.


Make sure to follow the hashtag #CBBMJMASKOFF on all social media channels to see what the other ladies thought!

You can grab this masque for $1.99 at Farley Co Beauty or at the following retailers

  • Select Brunet
  • Select Familiprix
  • Select Jean Coutu
  • Select Lawtons Drugs
  • Select Pharmasave
  • Select Proxim
  • Select Uniprix
  • Select Value Drug Mart
  • Walmart

All Montagne Jeunesse products are Vegetarian Society approved, Not Tested on Animals and Cruelty Free (BUAV Approved).

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  • Tanya Lovetere

    sounds great!

  • I used this one last night and quite liked it! It’s sooo similar to St. Ives though!

    • Yea I agree, I thought it was almost identical to St. Ives apricot scrub. So in that case this was a lot more expensive in comparison.

      • I think this has more mud or clay than St Ives. And i find St Ives to be a bit harsher. But ALL minor differences.

  • I really liked this one.

  • Interesting! I’ve never tried a scrub mask before. Adding to my bucket list of beauty.

  • I’ve tried this one before and really liked it. I don’t really see the benefit of it being a mask instead of a straight scrub though.

    • Jayne

      yes, that’s what I was thinking too! It’s just a scrub really…