I have noticed that the blog posts I write about Freeman products gets a good amount of views and +1 from you guys so I decided to review another mask I have from them. If not not wrong, there's one more left in my collection of masks from them that I haven't talked about.
This Golden Grain mask from Freeman is really interesting. As always, it comes in a long time form of packaging and you squeeze the product out. The mask itself is a clear gel like consistency with gold flecks mixed within in. It's a really pretty mask to be honest. I always dampen my face then apply masks and this goes on my face very easily when I do that before applying it. It sort of looks clear but the light reflection shows that there is product on your skin. I leave this on for five to ten minutes and by the time I go in to rinse it off, it looks like it has sort of dried but it also feels like it absorbed into the skin but when I start to take it off, actual mask comes off so it's not a leave on mask. I also have noticed that removing this with a tissue or towel is much easier that just rinsing it with water. This leaves my skin very soft and smooth and I really enjoy the results. It might not be a crazy change but my skin feels refreshed and soft which I like.
These lines of masks from Freeman are pretty inexpensive to be honest and you get a lot of product in the tube. For someone who doesn't want to spend so much money on a mask, these Freeman masks could be a good option. This line also has packet sized masks of the big ones that are one forth of the price and those also contain a lot of product and it's good to get those to try out first, then if it's to your liking, you can purchase the bigger size. I usually find these in the drugstores, specially Walmart.
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