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This article is written by a student writer from the Her Campus at UWM chapter.

Thanks to Freeman facial masks, I have powered through a very stressful day by taking time to focus on cleansing my face! Normally when I wake up my face is oily and I tend to do a just do a quick rinse of my face and then apply my makeup. However, today I started the morning off using the rejuvenating mask by Freeman. The Mask takes about five minutes and by the time I rinsed it off, my skin never felt more alive,  it was bright and wasn’t dry at all!

As I fast-forward into my daily routine I notice that my makeup tends to flake off. Sometimes taking it all off and starting over is the best option to feeling the best about ourselves. I took a break and used the polishing charcoal & black sugar gel mask, which helped unclog some of the pores that were beginning to be clogged throughout the day. It also left my skin extremely smooth, for which I did not want to reapply my makeup.

Bedtime calls for the big rinse away! I used the deep clearing manuka honey & tea tree oil clay mask right before bed, and it instantly removed all the unnecessary oils by deep cleaning my pores! I was all set for my beauty rest!

So even when you are busy, check out these few simple masks that make any day your day! 

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Hi I’m Jess and basically there’s always something up with me. I currently reside in a cozy apartment in the city called Milwaukee, Wisconsin; where I either spend most of my time making collage messes while binging a new show or taking a bubble bath while stuffing my face with food in one hand, and trying to read in the other. I’m a photographer, blogger and adventurer. I am inspired by my midwest roots and free spirited dreamer attitude that makes me who I am today. I like to live in these moments and create and live freely through this amazing thing called life. I’m driven to share and write about basically anything in my life because it’s truly remarkable how small the world actually is.