Face Masks


I have been on a face mask kick lately. I really haven’t been one of those girls who religiously applies a face mask on every week. I was at Walmart the other day and I saw these for about $1.38 and thought why not give some of these a try. Ever since I was diagnosed with Eczema I have stayed away from any face product that had too many products. Over time I have learned that not all products will irritate my eczema and that if I pamper myself I am less stressed out which equals less eczema and a happier Michelle.


I have tried three out of the four masks pictured in the above photos.

Facial Clay Mask: Chocolate & Strawberry
This mask mixture smells so good! Good enough to eat, which I didn’t but man such temptation. This mask took about 15-20 minutes to dry completely on my face. If you haven’t ever used one of these your whole face tighten up making it impossible to smile of take your self seriously.
*I have looked for this mask twice during this month but they are always sold out :(.
-This mask helps tone skin and diminish the appearance of large pores

Facial Clay Mask: Avocado & Oatmeal
This mask mixture is a bright green color which is really cool. I’m sure others would disagree when applied on the face but who cares right? This has the same effect like the Chocolate and Strawberry mask it tightens your skin and leaves your skin soft after you wash it off.
-This mask helps draw out excess oil and dirt, purging clogged pores, leaving your skin clean and soft.


Facial Brightening Paper Mask: Rose
The paper mask was very thin so you have to be very careful when you peel it off the plastic it comes on. One of the cons of this mask is that it kept getting stuck to it self and made it a little difficult to apply to my face. Overall for less than a $1.50 I might try their other paper masks. This one was a brightening mask and I assume you get better results if you use it every week. For a one time application I didn’t really see a big difference.
-This mask helps illuminate dull skin and helps reduce age spots for a more even-toned skin.

Facial Polishing Mask: Charcoal & Black Sugar
I have yet to try this one but from what the packaging states this is going to be a bit more abrasive on the skin so I am going to wait for a weekend where I can just relax to try this.
– This mask helps absorb oil and impurities without over-drying it also exfoliates dulling skin cells for softer and clarified skin.

Overall I think Freeman makes good products you just have to have enough time and patience to find the right mask that works for you.

Do you use any face masks? How often do you like to pamper yourself with a face mask?
Any other masks that you would recommend?

Have a great Wednesday!
See You on Friday.


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