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  • I like some of their other mask, such as the Avocado Clay mask, which is a huge hit with others, but this mask is not really my favourite as I don’t really think it is doing what it is advertising
  • I think it is part of a new packaging that Freeman is doing
  • Before they came in plastic bottle like packages, which was not really convenient to take product out of so the new tube packaging of this is definitely an upgrade as it is much easier to squeeze the product out instead of fighting with the package
  • I’m not sure if it was moisturized as I already have oily skin so my skin doesn’t really feel totally dried out all the time, but there was definitely no tightness to it
  • But I wouldn’t buy it again as the eye stinging did not feel good at all and I believe there are better exfoliaters out there that can do a much better job than this one, especially for someone with oily gunky skin like mine

    • by shanjucool
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      I do not really like this particular mask from Freeman. I like some of their other mask, such as the Avocado Clay mask, which is a huge hit with others, but this mask is not really my favourite as I don’t really think it is doing what it is advertising. With this product, Freeman claims that it will use Pineapple extract and AHAs to exfoliate your skin while also moisturizing it so your skin is soft and younger looking after. This product comes in a tube. I think it is part of a new packaging that Freeman is doing. Before they came in plastic bottle like packages, which was not really convenient to take product out of so the new tube packaging of this is definitely an upgrade as it is much easier to squeeze the product out instead of fighting with the package.

      There isn’t really much information on the back of the tube. Freeman put three short paragraphs stating if you want to feel


      beautiful in the first paragraph, then what this particular product is supposed to do for you and lastly on how to use it. The information is all very straight forward and easy to follow. If you do exactly what the package tells you, you should be fine with using this product.

      So I followed the instructions exactly. When I first started massaging the product onto my entire face and spreading it, I felt that the product gives off very strong fumes which feel very acidic, I am guessing that is the pineapple essence in this product. The fumes stung my eyes and made them very watery and teary and I did not enjoy that sensation at all as it was not comfortable to have eyes that are in pain. For all the ten minutes I was supposed to sit with this product on me, my eyes had hurt terribly and I did not feel as if the product did anything to my skin at all while ...


      • I was sitting there. Also, when I put the product on my face, I felt tiny granules like substance mixed into the paste like base, I am guessing that is what helps slough out the dead skin cells off your face as you wash it off later.

        After ten minutes when it was time to take the dried product off, I put a little but of water on my finger tips first and rubbed them through my face to give a massaging feeling, while the tiny granules helped exfoliate my face. Then I washed off everything off my face using lukewarm water and patted my face with a towel to dry. After I dried, my skin felt slightly smoother than before I had used this product. It was also softer. I’m not sure if it was moisturized as I already have oily skin so my skin doesn’t really feel totally dried out all the time, but there was definitely no tightness to it. I’m in my

        early twenties and I already look younger than I am, so I cannot say if I looked younger or not. I also don’t know if I look radiant or not as this is a light exfoliator and my skin requires something much heavier being oily and full of acne.

        Overall, this product did its job as it claimed it would. It is a light exfoliant so I would recommend it for sensitive type skin, or ones that cannot handle heavy duty exfoliation such as the one St. Ives Apricot Scrub delivers. But I wouldn’t buy it again as the eye stinging did not feel good at all and I believe there are better exfoliaters out there that can do a much better job than this one, especially for someone with oily gunky skin like mine. I did not lose too much money on this as it was only $3.88 at Wal-Mart, so it is definitely affordable for people on a budget. If you liked this review, please vote.




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