Feeling Beautiful and Relaxed With Freeman Facial Masks

Freeman Beauty Facial Masks

When it comes to my skincare routine I use a facial mask at least once a week. I usually opt for a deep cleansing clay mask, followed by a peel-off mask. With all these different face masks out there it’s hard to even choose a favorite. What I do prefer when choosing a face mask, is the size and packaging, which brings me to Freeman Feeling Beautiful facial masks. What I love about Freeman is not only their extensive collection of paraben-free face masks, but also the large and colorful tubes they come in(175ml to be exact – and they go a looong way!). And mind you, the tubes are inexpensive(they sell for around EUR4,- a tube, and when on sale they even go for half of the price). I currently use the following 4 facial masks of Freeman Feeling Beautiful : Dead Sea Minerals Anti-Stress, Pomegranate Revealing Peel-Off, Charcoal & Black Sugar Polishing and Honeydew & Chamomile Sleeping mask.

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Dead Sea Minerals Anti-Stress Mask I love using clay masks, because it goes deep into my skin and cleanses it at the same time. And this dead sea minerals and sea salt rich mask helps the removal of clogged pores while balancing the moisture of the skin. The added bergamot and lavender extract makes me feel relaxed and make skin look smooth, healthy and more clear. If you have an mixed/oily skin like myself, this mask is ideal! I usually leave this clay mask on for about 10 minutes, then rinse it off with warm water.

Pomegranate Revealing Peel-Off Mask I usually use the peel-off mask after the deep cleansing clay mask, just to refine my skin a bit more. This pomegranate-infused peel-off mask doesn’t only smell great, but it helps remove any excess dirt and oils from the skin, while making your skin look more refined and clear. It also has a blend of 8 different antioxidants including: Acai, Goji, Mango, Mangosteen, Cranberry, Noni, Blueberry and obviously Pomegrante to prevent against free radicals and stress. Although the instruction says to leave it on between 5 and 10 minutes, I actually leave it on for 30 minutes(like I normally do with peel-offs), because I prefer to have the mask to be completely dry, so that all the dirt can be removed in one pull! This peel-off mask is perfect for all skin types.

Charcoal & Black Sugar Polishing Mask What I love about this scrub its dual-action purpose; It’s not only a mask, but a scrub as well. The charcoal helps to absorb oil and impurities and the black sugar exfoliates the skin and makes it soft and clear. I usually apply it to my face and neck, and leave it on for 5 minutes, then gently massage it all round and rinse it with warm water. This polishing mask can be used twice a week and is perfect for all skin types.

Honeydew & Chamomile Sleeping Mask This mask is ideal if you’re suffering from dry skin, because the chamomile, honeydew and coconut oil-infusion helps to rejuvenate and deeply moisturize your skin overnight. Even though I have a mixed/oily skin, I wanted to try out this mask anyways, since it’s a night time use only. After I’ve cleansed my skin with one of the above facial masks, I apply the sleeping mask (just like a night cream) and go to bed. I have to say that the next day my face feels soft and hydrated, but for my skin it’s more like a night cream rather than a mask. For those with dry skin, I’d highly recommend to try it out.

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Have you tried out Freeman Feeling Beautiful facial masks before? Which one is your favorite? Let me know your thoughts in the comment section below. xo – Jey.


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