Freemans Avocado and Oatmeal Facial Clay Mask Review
Since I have been so impressed with the Freeman’s Feeling Beautiful collection, I bought a bottle of the Avocado and Oatmeal clay mask. I have used it twice so far, but I loved it right away. This mask spreads on your skin like butter!
The summer is creeping upon us and my skin is feeling it. I have been running outside in the heat and tanning already this year. I started having incredibly clogged pores and breakouts until I had enough a few weeks ago. Acne breakouts aren’t normally an issue for me, but the weather change messed with my skin.
While I searched high and low on the beauty shelves for an answer, I found a $3 tube of Freeman Avocado and Oatmeal Clay Mask. It’s not the best smelling and it does contain artificial dye. But despite these 2 cons, I still give this mask a 4/5 stars,
After rinsing it off, I noticed my skin was brighter and softer. And it reduced the redness in my cheeks as well as the oily spots on my t zone. It was even more gentle than the other Freeman’s facial masks I bought.
You really do get so much product for your buck. This mask has already made a permanent spot in my cabinet. I’m looking forward to trying more masks!
Which masks are you in love with? Share your thoughts below!
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Peace & Love,
Detoxifying Charcoal & Black Sugar Mud Mask Review
I must say that I liked this one better than the Freemans dead sea mask. You can visibly see the dirt and oil rise to the top of the facial mask as it dries. I wouldn’t recommend this to people with overly sensitive skin only because it instantly feels warm when you apply it. Also, don’t leave it on for more than 10 minutes. I think I left it on for an extra 2 minutes and my skin started to itch.
Reading other reviews on this mask, I expected to see tiny granules of sugar in the mask, but the texture was thin and almost runny. It could be because I bought the sample size instead of the bottle.
Although the package says it’s for normal to combination skin types, I feel like this mask would be great for people who suffer from acne breakouts or tend to get oily. I also used a little product as a lip scrub by scrubbing it around the dead skin like you would a normal exfoliant. My skin was definitely brighter and smoother after the first application. I actually used a blemish extractor before I decided to put on my mask, and I even noticed all the redness on my face from the extractor tool was reduced.
What’s your favorite facial mask?
Peace & Love,
Product Review: Freeman’s Anti-Stress Dead Sea Minerals Clay Mask
I busted open my new face mask packet by Freeman after an 8-mile hike the day before. Being in the cold windy mountains made my skin dry and irritated. So, I thought this would be the perfect opportunity to test if it out. I can tell you that I noticed a huge difference in my skin. My face was angry at me and red from being in the sun for hours.
The first thing I noticed when I squeezed the blue goop into my hands was the consistency. It’s very thick and creamy, which I love because it’s much harder to make a mess. The mask spread easily on my face like butter! I could feel the mask tighten and tingle around my skin once it started to harden.
I’m not sure if it’s because I have sensitive skin, but I did notice itchiness underneath the face mask for the last 2 minutes. But once I rinsed it off, my skin was calm and refreshed. The only major con I found is that it does contain fragrance and blue dye. If you are going green, this product probably isn’t for you. Despite this little fact, I really enjoyed this face mask and highly recommend to all skin types!