Thursday, February 17, 2011
Freeman's Avacado and Oatmeal Mask Review
One thing I don't like is that it is cold when it first goes on but that is something normal. It is thick so you have to make sure that you use enough to cover but not enough that it is gloopy. The mask itself smells good to me. It does not smell like mineral clay masks but smells more natural. The way the product works is you put the clay on your face, allow it to dry and then wash it off. When you wash off, it is suppose to take all the junk that is in your pores right along with it.
Out of the 6 children we have, Joel has skin just like mine: oily and sensative, Jonathan is like his father where he has no skin issues other than the occasional pimple, Bryan doesn't have skin problems either but he thinks he does so he can fit in, Jillian has some small blemishes which is normal for a hormonal tween, Alexis has big, deep pores and started getting pimples when she was 8 and Nicholas is just too little to have to worry about any of this.
Freeman's Avacado and Oatmeal Clay Mask is so sensative I even allow my children to use it with great result, especially for Alexis.
Overall I would and have recommended Freeman's Avacado and Oatmeal Clay Mask to everyone. The one downfall taht I have in regards to this product is once you get it on your hand, it makes it hard not to get the bottle messy, lol.
Disclaimer: I did not receive any compensation for this review. The opinions expressed here are mine and mine alone.