Sep 6, 2013

Freeman Feeling Beautiful Cucumber Facial Peel-Off Mask

A super-cooling, skin-quenching mask that gently peels away impurities that can cause skin to be rough and dull. Contains Cucumber Extract and Aloe to soothe while moisturizing, ensuring skin feels soft and silky-smooth after every use. Perfect for normal to combination skin.

Freeman Feeling Beautiful Cucumber Facial Peel-Off Mask - Review
Freeman Feeling Beautiful Cucumber Facial Peel-Off Mask

Freeman makes some pretty inexpensive face masks and scrubs, and what makes their products truly attractive - to me - is that they are also available in generous single-use packets.  I bought a whole lot of them on one of my trips to Walmart (my dentist's office is near one - simple joys in life :P), and I have tried out a lot ever since.  The mask I am reviewing today is the Freeman Feeling Beautiful Cucumber Facial Peel-Off Mask.  I bought this for about $1, but this mask is also available in a larger (and perhaps more economical) tube for about $4.  This cucumber peel-off mask is a runny, clear gel that dries to a translucent plasticky thing that can be ..err..peeled off.

Freeman Feeling Beautiful Cucumber Home DYI Facial Peel-Off Mask Indian Beauty Makeup Blog Review Ingredients How to Use
Freeman Cucumber Facial Peel-Off Mask - How to Use
Freeman Feeling Beautiful Cucumber Home DYI Facial Peel-Off Mask Indian Beauty Makeup Blog Review Ingredients How to Use
Starts off as a clear runny gel and can drop off and cause a mess so be a bit careful while using.
If you do buy the tube packaging, keep a napkin lying around to clean up any spills and wipe before closing the tube after each use - would definitely help keep it clean and free off any dry bits.  Okay, I have an OCD - cannot stand dried product residue around tubs, tubes, or jars  
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Freeman Feeling Beautiful Cucumber Home DYI Facial Peel-Off Mask Indian Beauty Makeup Blog Review Ingredients How to Use
Freeman Cucumber Facial Peel-Off Mask - Ingredients

There really isn't much to explain about this mask - apply the clear gel all over the face.  You can apply it thick or thin.  I prefer to use the entire sachet and apply a generously thickish layer as I find peel-off masks generally much easier to take off when dry if you do a thicker application.  The smell of this mask is slightly plasticky/synthetic, but not something I really notice much.  The mask feels slightly cool, and I have had no tingling or burning with this on.  It definitely takes me longer than 15 minutes to get the mask completely dry, probably because I apply it thicker, and once dry, the mask is supereasy - and superfun - to peel off.  As for the results - it takes off any dead dull skin and leaves the face looking cleaner and fresher.  I think it should work for most skin types since it doesn't leave my skin particularly oily or dry - though, I am not sure how well it would work for sensitive skin types (is a peel-off and has alcohol in it).  I love using this mask because there isn't much of a cleaning up to do with it, and it's just so much fun to use :D  A good one to stock up for DYI at-home facials with your friends (or alone).

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Ponds Flawless White Vitamin Soak Lightening Mask
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