Freeman facial masks are pretty popular, and for good reason, as I have been discovering. I bought a few of the different varieties of clay masks offered by Freeman and just felt like trying this one out first.
I worked this into my skincare routine without use of the other clay masks I bought because I wanted to be able to see the results of this without interference from other new products….as I would recommend when trying any new skincare products. Anyway, I use this about 2-3 times each week applying a thin-ish layer, usually at night after removing my makeup and using a gentle cleanser.
I let this dry and then remove it with a hot damp washcloth, which I set on top my entire face for maybe 10 seconds to soften the mask and let’s admit it…..it’s really relaxing J Then I use the washcloth to wipe off the mask. After it’s removed, I usually set the hot, damp washcloth on my face again to relax and add back in some moisture before applying my moisturizer.
Now, let’s talk about the results I get from this. This definitely aids in oil control. I’ve also notice reduction of inflammation on active breakouts, shrinking or helping to clear up the breakouts, tightened pores, smoother skin, and overall brighter complexion. I also tend to use this if I feel a breakout coming to help prevent it or speed up the process.
The smell may be a little off putting for some because it is highly fragranced of a soapy scent….at least that’s the best way I can think to describe it because it doesn’t make me think of avocado or oatmeal.
Anyway, I would highly recommend this mask to those with oily, acne-prone skin.
This can be found at ULTA here, most drugstores, Walmart, or Target.