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Product Review: Freeman Charcoal and Black Sugar Mask

Updated on April 23, 2017

Charcoal masks have been known to work wonders or so. Nonetheless, they have earned a reputation for going wrong as well. With so much hype on the news of charcoal masks going wrong and bringing a revolution in the range of beauty products, I decided to try one hands on myself and share my experience with you.

Finally, I tried out this Mask slash Scrub today! Retailing for only $3.99 each, Freeman has brought a marvellous product to the market that has worked wonders for many ladies out there. Securing the "Allure Best of Beauty 2013" title, this Charcoal mask has become the favorite of many women, including me, from the very first wash.

If you have a skin full of blemishes, lacking the luster and glow it used to have, this product should be your foremost priority. Our busy, hectic lives take away so much time from us that we hardly find the chance to nurture our skin. And it's not very common that all of us take out time everyday to pamper our skin and take plentiful care of it. Hence, women like us, opt for easier, less time-consuming ways to refine our skin to have that gleaming appearance everyday.

A little amount on the palm of your hand is more than enough, but if you want to use the product sparingly, you could always do it! The application is as simple as rubbing little amounts to your face and leaving it on for 5-7 minutes as recommended, and then washing if off with lukewarm to cold water. Trust me, it will leave your skin breathing thoroughly and make it radiant the moment you rinse the mask off your face.

But I have to warn you; the moment you start applying it, you will feel a slight tingling sensation, with the facial skin warming up to the activated charcoal and black sugar. But fear not my friend, its just the product working its way to your skin to leave it spotless and natural in the end.

Although it is suitable for all skin types, a skin with breakouts or severe acne may find it hard to adjust to the rubbing and scrubbing and most importantly to the activated charcoal warming your face. Hence, I would also like to suggest that you give it a thought or some consideration before using the product.

I must confess that I did not find the essence very appealing. However, I am quite sure it will seem inviting to many of you.

So, if you want a good skin treatment and pamper for your skin, get your hands on the product right away and let me know in the comments below how it worked for you.

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