Skin Care Saturday ~ Freeman Beauty Infusion

Happy Saturday, lovelies! I hope you all are having a relaxing weekend. I just had a mini fangirl moment. I messaged one of my favorite YouTubers, Emily Noel, and she messaged me back! I love that there are so many different platforms for internet personalities to interact with their followers, and she literally made my day : )

On that happy note, let’s talk about tonight’s mask. I ordered this Hibiscus + Vitamin C from Sally’s Beauty and it came the other day. Their masks are pretty reasonably priced. This one was just over $3. I don’t have local access to the Freeman Beauty Infusion sheet masks, and that’s not a bad price for a sheet mask, period. Sheet masks are so funny to me. They never fit me right, so I think like I look like a lunatic, no matter my facial expression haha

 

It has a very nice, light floral scent. It doesn’t really smell like hibiscus, but it’s nice, all the same. It also wasn’t so loaded with serum that it dripped down my neck. I really don’t like when that happens. It just messy, and I do not like messy when I’m trying to relax.

I kept this mask on the full twenty minutes. One thing I noticed right away is the serum was not sticky. There are a few brands that have very sticky serum. So much so that my face is still tacky in the morning. I’ve figured out which brands those are, and I actually rinse my face a little when I remove them. I removed the mask about an hour ago and my skin feel like skin. YAY! It also feels nice and hydrated. Double YAY! A few things of note about this particular mask … it is free of parabens and sulfates and is NOT tested on animals! Triple YAY!!!

Now for the bummer news … I don’t see any difference in my skin’s brightness or tone, nor was my discoloration corrected. My thought is that it obviously won’t do all of that after one use, but I think there should be something that says “noticeable difference after six uses” … something along those lines, anyway. The claims on these packages could be a little misleading for those who are new to skin care and facial masks.

Overall, I am pretty pleased with tonight’s choice. I will follow up with Sephora’s avocado sleeping mask, for an added hydration boost. I did some burning in my yard today and being in the smoke is a bit drying for my already dry-ish skin.

Have you used products from the Freeman Beauty Infusion line? What do you think about them? Lemme know!

Carrie♥

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