I Tried… Freeman Matcha Icecream Face Mask!

When I saw this face mask at the store, I had to try it out! I’m a softie for any skincare with a food-related name.

Today I am reviewing the Freeman Melting Sugar Matcha Ice Cream Face Mask. This was part of my Walmart Beauty Haul blog post.

This face mask is supposed to clear pores and firm the skin. So, I decided to put it to the test.

The face mask had a jelly like texture when I applied it, and smelled delicious. I left it on for the recommended 10 minutes and then rinsed it off.

So the real question is… did it work? Well… sort of. My skin did feel soft and looked firmer. But my pores didn’t look any different, which was the main selling point. It does smell amazing… Would I buy it again? Maybe, as a hydrating face mask.

I was able to get two uses out of the face mask packet. It cost $1.32 at Walmart.

I Tried… Freeman Neon Vibes Peel Off Face Mask!

Freeman Neon Vibes Face Mask

It’s face mask time! Today I am talking about the Freeman Neon Vibes Peel Off Face Mask. This mask was part of a Walmart Beauty Haul post I wrote.

When I saw this face mask at the store, I noticed that it was a peel off mask. I have never used one before, so I was intrigued.

When I applied it, the face mask liquid was sticky, and hard to put on. It applied as a pastel orange color, instead of neon, like I was expecting. That’s probably good, as the dye might have stained my face. I then left it on for the recommended 10 minutes.

It did clean up my pores, like it claimed to. But, about five minutes after rinsing my face, my skin became red and irritated. Now, I have sensitive skin. So if your skin is pretty tolerant, this face mask may be great for you. But if you’re like me… 👎

It had about two uses of product in the packet, but I decided not to chance any further skin reactivity.

So, do I recommend? Definitely not. At least it was only $1.32 at Walmart.


Dana Maye 💚