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Review: Freeman Beauty Multi Mask Trio from @Klout

So I received a Klout Perk about a month ago from Freeman Beauty. The perk included three masks :

  1. Facial Peel Off Mask: Cucumber Peel
  2. Facial Polishing Mask: Charcoal and Black Sugar
  3. Facial Clay Mask: Avocado and Oatmeal

I was super excited to try these. I rarely use masks, but wanted to incorporate different types into my routine either weekly or bi-weekly, but definitely more than once every few  months like I have in the past.

So I will give a complete review of all three masks in this post

1. Facial Peel Off Mask: Cucumber Peel Product Description

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A super-cooling, skin-quenching mask that gently peels away impurities that can cause skin to be rough and dull. Contains Cucumber Extract and Aloe to soothe while moisturizing, ensuring skin feels soft and silky-smooth after every use. Perfect for normal to combination skin.

Directions: Apply evenly to face, avoiding eye area. Leave on 5-10 minutes or until dry. Gently peel off mask. Rinse with warm water.

My Thoughts

This mask was so much fun to use. It reminded me of when I was younger and used to put glue on my hands and peel off the glue. Anyway….After I used this mask my skin was looked brighter and felt very smooth. The cold weather has taken a toll on my skin, so after I used this I was pleased with the results. My skin was no longer dry and dull. The cool gel was a nice feeling and it was very soothing. On a scale of I would give this mask 3.5-4. It was a little painful pulling the mask off around my nose and the smell was quite strong, but those were my only complaints. I would purchase this product in the future.

2. Facial Polishing Mask: Charcoal and Black Sugar Description

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Pollution…debris…it’s a wonder skin can breathe! This unique mask and scrub works double time to detox skin. First, naturally purifying Activated Charcoal helps absorb oil and impurities without over-drying. The, Black Sugar helps exfoliate away dulling skin cells for softness and clarity. Perfect for all skin types.

Directions: Apply mask to face and neck, avoiding contact with eyes. Leave on for 5 to 7 minutes. Rinse with warm water. Use 2 times a week or as often as needed

My Thoughts

This had to be my favorite mask out of all three. I was very pleased with my results. First I was excited to try a charcoal mask. I’m a sucker for a good exfoliator and this was the perfect product. Not only did it my skin feel soft after use, my skin was noticeably brighter. It did not dry like a normal mask, so I would call this more of a scrub. I would use this every few days (3-4) if I were to include this in my routine. On a scale of I would give this product a 5. It was a great exfoliator, has a great smell, and it did not leave my skin feeling dry. The results were great and I will be purchasing this.

3. Facial Clay Mask: Avocado and Oatmeal Description

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Nourish and purify with one amazing mask! Rich clays dive deep to purge dirt and oils from pores. Nutrient-rich Vitamin E, Avocado and Oatmeal moisturize for lasting skin softness. Skin looks and feels squeaky clean and is soft to the touch. Perfect for normal to combination skin.

Directions: Apply mask to face and neck, avoiding contact with eyes. Let dry and rinse with warm water. Use two times a week or as often as needed.

My Thoughts

This was my least favorite out of all of the masks. I was excited to try this one because I love avocado lol. I love to eat avocados and use avocados in masks for my hair. So I thought it should me good for my face, but I was wrong. Once the mask started to dry it became extremely tight and I started to feel a tingle and a slight warm sensation, which was not pleasant. I left the mask on for about 5 minutes and then rinsed. I had to immediately put on moisturizer because my face felt dry. I did not have this feeling with the other mask. On a scale of 5 I would give this product a 2. This is the only one that I would not purchase.

Brand Statement: Freeman Feeling Beautiful

Feeling Beautiful™ is famous for mixing feel-good fun with fresh botanicals to make products that feel good, smell good, and do good for skin! We are in constant pursuit of the newest, purest, most effective ingredients, unearthed in nature and sourced from science, all to make gorgeous skin possible for women and girls.

Ready to look and feel your best? Start your Feeling Beautiful™ regimen today! Bask in the afterglow of our refreshing cleansers, exfoliants, and masks in every form. From our classic formulas to innovative products that set the bar for skin care, Feeling Beautiful™ believes beautiful skin is worth celebrating!

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Disclosure: The masks were provided by Klout as a perk for my level of influence in social media. All of the thoughts in this post are my honest feelings about the product.

Comments

  1. Great hub and very informative. I have tried a few of those tips, like using olive oil as a moisturizer. I also mix it with sea salt to make a scrub. Two quick questions: Do you have a cleanser suggestion for combination/dry skin? I have never used honey as a mask, but my question is, isn’t it really hard to remove, being so sticky and all?

  2. Home facial treatments are great and far less expensive (usually) than store brands. However having been in the beauty industry for over 25 years I would strongly recommend seeking out a professionals evaluation of your skin and skincare needs. Not all acne is the same nor is dry skin necessarily dry. You need to know what your real issues are before you treat the wrong cause and create bigger problems. Invest a little time and money first by having a professional analyze your skin then go home and make your own mask. Just remember the added benefits of steam and manual minipulation of the limph nodes and pressure points in reducing alot of the “causes” of skin irritation and problems. Of course change in diet, smoking and alcohol consumption will also do wonders for tired dehydrated skin.

  3. Great hub and very informative. I have tried a few of those tips, like using olive oil as a moisturizer. I also mix it with sea salt to make a scrub. Two quick questions: Do you have a cleanser suggestion for combination/dry skin? I have never used honey as a mask, but my question is, isn’t it really hard to remove, being so sticky and all?

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