2 Freeman Masks to Add to Your Skincare Routine
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Hello, everyone and welcome back to Join The ME Project. Autumn is my all-time favorite season, of the year. The weather is perfect and you get to watch the earth go through such a colorful transition. The only thing that bothers me is that I get awful dry skin.
Categorize My Skin
For the most part, I would say, I have combination skin. My main issues are hyperpigmentation, dark spots, and the random gigantic pimples I get from my menstrual periods. I don’t suffer from breakouts like I used to. That seems to have tapered off now that I’ve entered into my mid-20s.
But I’ve noticed that since we’ve entered Autumn and since I had my hip surgery my skin looks dull. I know part of that has to do with not being able to go outdoors. But I wanted to find a way to bring some life back to my face.
2 Freeman Masks
The solution actually came in the form of my sister. She lives a few states away but she came in for my hip surgery. She has such a ridiculous skill for bargain hunting that she usually has a bag of goodies for us. These masks were in the bag.
First off, I only had two issues with this mask. And they both occurred the first time I used it. While the directions say to apply a thin layer, I would leave that up to your own interpretation.
The consistency of this mask is a bit thicker than what I’m used to. And the first time I applied a layer too thin. It took me an awfully long time to peel it off. I finally had to facial wipe to remove the rest.
Additionally, I will say exercise caution around your hairline and eyebrows. The first time I didn’t and well, I paid for it. So you see my issues are really user error and no fault of the mask.
I absolutely love the smell of it. It reminds me of sweet iced tea in the summertime. Well, here where I live we just say sweet tea. Now, this past week that I’ve been using this I tend to use it in the morning. I find it works as a great pick me up.
So far I’ve only used three times but I have noticed a change in my skin. It looks toner and brighter.
Now, I have no grumps when it comes to this mask. Of the two, this one may be my favorite. This was my first time using a gel-cream leave-on mask. So I will proudly admit that I read the directions twice. Every other mask that I had been introduced to in my adult life involved peeling off, washing off, or wiping off.
Despite my hesitation, I was roped in by the description and that it ”replenishes dry skin”. I found myself hooked the very first time I used it. While I use the Sweet Tea & Lemon mask in the morning, I only use this one at night.
I take my showers at night, so adding this mask to my nighttime routine helps me wind down. The directions are pretty simple, you just apply it to your face. And then it slowly absorbs into the skin.
I also find the scent really soothing. So it all really all adds to the spa effect. Unlike the other mask, I’ve used this one every chance that I could. So I will probably need to buy this one again soon.
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