I’ve been seeing so many local bloggers praising how amazing these Freeman face masks were,that I went to Dischem and purchased one to try out too.
I’ve never used any face masks before so I am a total newbie to this. My skin has been extremely dry lately and nothing else seems to keep my skin from peeling off. It seems to mainly be my forehead that peels like crazy even though I have been using a day and night cream religiously, the problem doesn’t seem to get any better.That’s why I bought this Freeman Cucumber Peel Off Mask, it was only R50 at Dischem and the sound of a cucumber face mask intrigues me – they had other flavours too.
Freeman claims that this mask is “a super cooling,skin quenching mask that gently peels away impurities that causes skin to be rough and dull. Cucumber and aloe soothes while moisturising,ensuring skin feels soft and silky smooth after use.“
Is this true? I totally agree with what Freeman claims. My face feels so soft and smooth after use. I love the scent of cucumber and aloe – I haven’t been using this face mask for that long and I have already been seeing some results. My forehead seems to still be dry after two uses,but I will keep monitoring my results in the next few weeks.I love how easy this mask peels off my face and it doesn’t leave any residue behind. This mask is perfect for normal to combination skin.
Directions of use:
♥ Apply evenly to the face and avoid the eye area.
♥ Leave it for 10-15 minutes or until the mask has fully dried.
♥ Peel off and rinse with warm water.
I am super impressed with how easy this mask is to use. Because you can literally only use a tiny bit to cover you entire face with. This will last my awhile,so it’s totally worth the purchase l. When applying this mask I found that the mask was quite thick on substance ad well,so I didn’t need to worry about it falling off my face.
Lastly I am loving this face mask and can’t wait to get my hands on some more.0