Review: Freeman Facial Clay Mask in Chocolate Strawberry

12:07 AM


Guess what is around the corner? VALENTINE'S DAY!
If you celebrate it by being single and pampering yourself along with your other single girlfriends or just love masks like I do....read on!

Freeman was kind enough to send me a their newest facial clay masks "Chocolate Strawberry."

Wanna know what I think...LETS BEGIN!

WHAT IS IT SUPPOSE TO DO?

According to the website, it is suppose help tone skin and diminish the appearance of large pores as well as nourishing and moisturizing the skin.

KEY INGREDIENTS

- Shae butter
-Cocoa Butter
-Strawberry extract
- Kaolin

WHAT IT SMELLS LIKE?

Chocolate and Strawberries galore! Smells so good I wanted to eat it. My mom even asked, "Is it edible?" Smells AMAZING!!


WHAT DOES IT LOOK LIKE?


MY BEFORE


Don't run! I know I look hideous! My skin is having a major bad day! and I am sick...Give me some credit! However, my face and skin look totally NOT fresh at all!

LETS APPLY!




The clay mask went on so smooth. Did I mention it smells WONDERFUL? I did though, have a problem, it does not state whether the masks should be applied on a dry or wet face. I was confused and got different responses from people. So I applied it wet.


HARDEN ME UP!


The bottle didn't say how long to leave it on for...so like MOST masks, I left it on for 10 minutes.
I found this to be a CON. I would like to know what its an appropriate time length. So, this is what it looks hard...

RINSE ME OFF BABY!


It came off super easy.


MY AFTER






I was a tad bit red. Not gonna front. I think it irritated my skin, again, this is why time is important for most. To top it off I have sensitive skin...so it could have been one or the other. However, the redness didn't last long. My kin felt refreshed and it felt clean. Left my skin a tad bit dry but nothing facial lotion can't cure!


WHERE TO FIND THIS?

In any drugstore 

(It retails for 6 fl. oz tube $3.99 and .5 fl. oz sachet for $1.99)

Or you can purchase it online HERE


OVERALL RATING:

5 OUT OF 5

It does do as it says.
However I still wished it had whether it should be applied on a dry or wet face and timing.





10 comments:

CottonCandyINK said...

hahaha, your making the duck face, funny

great review

safire said...

I love a good at-home facial! I have a bunch of different masks for different things.

It's so important to take the time for yourself :)

I wanna be fierce said...

I've got to start being consistent with my skin regimen. I'm all over the place. Nice review.

-Shakiyla

Roz @ weightingfor50 said...

I LOVE the photos, and love the recommendation for a good mask!!! Thanks for the tip Stef! Have a great day. (and for the record, I think you glow both before and after application! You look great!!)

Itzel Yagual said...

Looks good and refreshing!

Marta said...

Your mask reviews are always so fun! I don't use masks, but occasionally I use St. Ives exfoliator and it works great for the body too!

Chloe Nghiem said...

this is what i need! :o

LaaLaa Monroe said...

Chocolate Strawberry...mmmm! Yeah packaging needs to include all the details we need time, application directions etc.

Your skin did look brighter afterwards though :) x

LaaLaa Monroe said...

Chocolate Strawberry...mmmm! Yeah packaging needs to include all the details we need time, application directions etc.

Your skin did look brighter afterwards though :) x

PensiveFashionista said...

I LOVE Freeman's masks. I have the lemon one for oily skin. I have always applied it on dry skin, I find it feels as if it works better. I love masks that harden up, it feels more mask-like. Ha ha.