January 28, 2013

What I'm Loving: Freeman Mint & Lemon Clay Mask!

Aside from my mom's infamous egg masks she'd give me as a teen (which broke me out--horribly!), I've never really been into masks...until now.

It's called the Freeman Mint & Lemon Facial Clay Mask ($3.99 at Walmart.com), which claims to "control oil production and reduce the appearance of large pores."

Freeman Mint & Lemon comes in either a full 6 ounce bottle (good for several uses) or  one use, travel-sized packets for face cleansing on-the-go.  I opted for the packet.

Mask Time

After popping out of bed this morning, I cleansed my face and quickly applied Freeman Mint & Lemon all over my face.  It has a very calming, soothing feeling on the face--a bit minty but not an overtly strong sensation.

Freeman says you can apply it over your face and neck for deep-down cleansing; it's also cruelty-free.

Kitty-approved too!
As the mask dried, I noticed a slight pulsating feeling--like something was sucking at my face.  But even cooler: You could see the mask seeping into my pores as it dried.  It took a full 15 minute for the mask to solidify, so hoppity hop, off to the shower I went to wash it off.

It took some time to wash off (the product is quite thick), but afterward here was the result.

I kind of look drunk here, but I'm just really tired.
Ah, fresh cleansed skin.  It did give my skin a good cleansing, but my skin didn't feel dry; in fact, it felt soft and supple.  I also noticed I had dramatically fewer blackheads on my nose and chin.  My skin was quite matte--not shiny or greasy, like it usually is.

Overall, there isn't anything bad to say about Freeman Mint & Lemon Clay Mask.  I'll be trying out different masks in the meanwhile, but if I can't find a better mask than this, then this will be my go-to mask.

How has your experience been with it?



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