Freeman Beauty Face Masks

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Searching for the right face mask is hard, but don’t worry we have tested out three of Freeman Beauty’s face masks and we will tell our fav!

Rejuvenating Cucumber + Pink Salt Clay Mask

This mask is perfect for all skin types, it leaves your skin feeling fresh and clean! The clay makes your skin feel so soft and very hydrated. The pink salt helps exfoliate your skin and remove dirt and oils from your pores.

To Use: Apply over dry, clean face avoiding contact with eyes. Leave on 7-10 minutes or until dry. Add warm water and massage gently to exfoliate, then rinse. Use twice a week or as often as needed.

 

Polishing Charcoal + Black Sugar Gel Mask and Scrub

Charcoal works magic on every skin type because it helps pull the dirt out of your pores and makes them less visible. This mask detoxes your pores and exfoliates your face leaving it smooth and clean.

To Use: Cleanse with warm water to help open up the pores. Spread the mask evenly over skin. Be careful around the eyes, nose, and mouth. Let the mask penetrate for 5-10 minutes, then rinse thoroughly. Pat skin dry. Use two times a week or as often as needed.

 

Deep Clearing Manuka Honey + Tea Tree Oil Clay Mask and Cleanser

This mask is great for oily and breakout prone skin. It deep cleans and removes excess oils without causing your skin to over dry. Tea tree oil is a strong antibacterial and antifungal compound and reduces inflammation that can lead to swelling of the skin. It really cleans deep down into pores removing bacteria.

To Use: May be used as a daily cleanser or mask. For Mask: apply over dry, clean face and neck, avoiding contact with eyes. Leave on for 3-5 minutes, no more than 10 minutes. Rinse with warm water.

 

These three face masks are a great way to kick-start your week and give your face a nice boost!

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