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Review of Freeman Face Masks

Hello beautiful people! It’s Destynie here yet again with another review! This time I’ll be taking a look at four Freeman facial masks.

*All of these mask have strong scents, please be mindful if you are sensitive to that sort of thing.

First we’ll look at the Charcoal and Black Sugar Polishing Mask  

These are the instructions:

Here’s a close up of what the mask looks like straight out the package: 

Following the instructions, I applied the entire package to my face, massaged it in then waited the designated 10-15 minutes: 

After 10-15 minutes I washed my face and didn’t see much of a difference the mask felt nice, my skin definitely did feel fresh and clean but at the same token I have Oil/Combination skin and enlarged pores so this purified feeling didn’t last very long. Overall rating 7/10

Moving on to the second mask, the Avocado and Oatmeal Clay Mask promises a deep clean and pore purification. (The instructions are all pretty much the same on mask so, I won’t bore you with more pictures of such.) Here’s a picture of the mask fully applied:


I waited for it to dry then washed it off. I have to say my skin felt very dry after this mask, it also itched like crazy while in the drying process, and I’m not sure what that is all about, but I wasn’t a fan of this mask. Overall rating 4/10

The next mask we’ll be looking at is probably my favorite; it’s the Apple Cider Vinegar 4-in-1 Foaming Clay. I really like this one because of its consistency and its ability to be used as a mask or facial wash. This mask promises to act as a “mask, scrub cleanser, and toner for radiant skin.” The smell is a bit more bearable compared to the others above.

Here’s a picture of the mask applied:

Again my skin felt dry after using this mask (I might be doing something wrong) but my face looked and felt a lot brighter and radiant. This one also itched quite a bit too so be mindful of that. The texture is liquid but grainy all the same. Overall rating 9/10.

Last but not least, the most feared mask, the Cucumber Peel-off Mask. I say feared because peel-off masks can be painful for those with hair on our faces or, even worse, it can result in accidently pulling out some eyebrows hairs. Nevertheless, the cucumber mask promises to “clarify and renew skin.”

The instructions are a little different with this one:

The mask is of that of a thick gel consistency. I made sure to be very careful in applying this mask. If you should ever make the mistake of applying this mask to close to your hairline or even on your brows I would recommend washing it off with warm water ASAP. The smell is absolutely too much, it’s very strong. I applied an even, thin layer and waited for the mask to dry:

Surprisingly, this mask felt really nice on my face. I saw no difference in my face, although the cooling sensation did relieve some of the puffiness and a bit of redness I have under my eyes.  Overall rating: 5/10

Those are my honest opinions for Freeman facial masks! Hope you all enjoyed! 

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Until next time!

Hello! My name is Destynie Chase. I'm a junior at Chatham University, I'm majoring in Creative Writing and English. I write reviews on makeup, skincare product and post the occasional "outfit of the day".
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