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Freeman Charcoal and Black Sugar Polishing Mask Review

The Freeman Charcoal and Black Sugar Polishing Mask works as a detox and exfoliate the skin. After the first use, you will notice how soft and smooth your skin feels. The activated charcoal in this product helps to absorb oil and remove impurities without over-drying the skin. The black sugar which is blended together with the charcoal helps to exfoliate dead, dry, flaky skin cells which results in a softer, brighter skin tone.

Freeman Charcoal and Black Sugar Polishing

Freeman Charcoal and Black Sugar Polishing Mask

How to use

Freeman Charcoal and Black Sugar Polishing Mask should be used on a damp clean face. When applying the product to the skin you will realize that the sugar granules are of a reasonable size. The fragrance of the product smells very sweet but it is not harsh.

The polishing mask can be left on the face from anywhere between 5-20 mins. depending on the sensitivity of one’s skin. If you choose not to use the product as a mask you can simply massage it into the skin and scrub it away with water.

Freeman Charcoal and Black Sugar Polishing Mask Review

The polishing mask has a warming effect when applied to the skin due to the sugary formula.

You will find that the lid doesn’t close properly after usage since the sugar accumulates the opening of the packaging. This will allow air to get in which can be unhygienic and allow the product to dry out faster and the sugar to harden. This can be prevented by using a q-tip to clear the opening of the product packaging from the accumulated sugar.

Freeman Charcoal and Black Sugar Polishing Mask do not give the feeling of a mud mask that tightens as it dries. What it does is; it draws the impurities from within the skin giving it a cleaner and more refreshing look.

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