I am taking a moment to sit back and relax and talk about a face mask, something that I do every month though if I am being honest I do face masks more often than once a month I just don’t talk about it. I do post about sheet masks every Sunday over here if you’re interested in more face mask content. Anyway, let’s get into talking about this one today.
This one is all about the Freeman Luminizing Rose Quartz Cosmic Holographic Peel Off Mask, which is a mouth full and then some. I got mine from Ulta but I have also seen them in stores at Walgreens, mine ran me $3.99 and it says that you should get three to four uses on the packaging. I think that is correct based on how many times I used this one, I got three uses out of it fairly easily.
Let’s take a minute to talk about packaging, I love the packaging. I like that it’s in a little pouch, it makes it easier to squeeze out every last drop if you ask me and that is something that I enjoy. I also like the look of this packaging overall, I like the soft shades of pink and I like the cute holographic constellations on it. I think this one stays true to the theme of the mask and I like that.
I am not sure that I would call this holographic-like it claims to be but at the same time it does have a bit of a shimmer to it.
Now let’s talk about what really matters, what this did for my skin and the formula. This didn’t have a super noticeable scent to it, it was light and wasn’t unpleasant but I would say it was great either. This applied the way most peel-off masks do, they are stick and a little it tough to work with but thin enough that it was spread over my entire face. This took a little bit to dry down completely and peeling this one off hurt a little bit, nothing too much but a little more than I would expect with other peel-off masks.
As for what this did for my skin, I didn’t really notice it doing much of anything for my skin, it was kind of fun because I love peeling things off like this, but other than that I’m not sure that there are a lot of benefits to this mask. This was supposed to brighten skin and remove impurities but I simply don’t think it did either of these things.
While this one is kind of fun and kind of cute to look at I don’t think I would pick this one up again, nor would I suggest that you guys pick this up. There wasn’t anything wrong with it but it wasn’t really a good mask either. I wasn’t impressed.
What are some of your favorite face masks?
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