Review:Montagne Jennesse Face Tonic

Lemon and Ginseng Face Tonic

If your skin is tired & stressed out or if your pores & blackheads need to be reduced, this is the facial tonic for you. Lemon & Ginseng detox skin, leaving it glowing. If your skin is tired and stressed out, the natural essences of Lemon and Ginseng in this mask will provide the perfect detox remedy. Rich with natural oils, you can feel a tingling sensation as you relax. Your skin will glow.


Aqua(Purified water),Glycerin, PPG-1-PEG-9 lauryl glycol ether, Sodium citrate, Rosmarinus officinalis (Rosemary) leaf oil, Aloe barbadensis (Aloe vera) leaf juice, Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender) oil, Panax ginseng root extract, Camellia sinensis (Green tea) leaf extract,Vitis vinifera (Red grape) fruit extract, Propylene glycol, Glucose, Hydroxypropyl methylcellulose, Lactoperoxidase, Citric acid, Glucose


Basically, this facial tonic is meant to deep clean your skin without exfoliating and help you relax. It uses lemon and Ginseng to help simulate and relax your skin. Lemon and Ginseng also are great to ratify your skin. The acid from these guys help give skin a glow and radiance ,which is ideal for any time of the year, and clean away any ‘dullness’ in your skin. As you read, it’s meant to ‘detox your skin’


First of all, these bad boys are only 2 dollars at your local beauty supply, or salon store

I originally wanted to do this review as a ‘Rant or Rave’ because I really liked the way the review was formatted, but I quickly found that it was quite difficult to review it like that, so this review is just going to be a regular long review.

This tonic is a fabric that you apply to your face and keep it on for 5-10 minutes. I kept mine on for around 8.

I noticed that it stuck to your skin by the liquid that saturated the fabric and when you start nearing the end of those 10 minutes, the fabric begins to get drier and looses the stickyness. This is because your skin is absorbing the moisture.

How did my skin feel, you ask? Well, once I took it off I noticed my skin did have a nice natural glow. Not a tanned glow, but a certain radiance that clean, moisturized skin gives.

This felt moisturizing and my pores felt a bit cleaned.

After taking this tonic off, my skin didn’t feel all to much cleaner, but it looks a bit nicer.

Was it relaxing though? YES. That is my favorite part of this tonic, it really helps to make you feel a bit more relaxed. I bet these would be great for a ‘pamper yourself’ at home spa day. While this tonic was on, it felt simulating, and got my skin circulating. It was a slight tingle, not not a shard harsh tingle, more of a soft massaging, tingle. The kind that makes you know that it’s getting your skin circulating.

The tonic had the slightest lemon scent, that was actually quite relaxing.

Also, the fabric was a light yellow color with lemon slices all over it! SO CUTE.

Over all, I did like this tonic!

Would I recommend it? Of course!

I wasn’t too impressed by the ‘dexoting’ part, it did the job nicely, but not as amazingly as anticipated.BUT, for only 2 dollats, these guys do such an amazing job at getting the skin circulating and relaxing, I don’t see why you wouldn’t want to try them. Just to pamper yourself with a nice feeling.
I’ll be buying more of these facial tonics, and for just 2 dollars you should too!
I actually purchased a chocolate mask at the same time as this one and you should be expecting a review on that this coming week. Also look out for a wearable pink and brown eye tutorial along with multiple shu uemura lash bar 2011promo pics inspired looks! Have you seen those promos? So simple yet so beautiful and elegant with a fun modern twist.

This entry was published on June 6, 2011 at 2:49 am and is filed under Product Reviews. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

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