Review: Freeman’s Paper Mask

Last night I tried Freeman’s Facial Hydrating Paper Mask. I figured after seeing Frank Turner in Charleston, S.C. and surviving off of 3.5 hours of sleep, what better time than then.

Back of Freeman's Facial Hydrating Paper Mask with instructions and ingredients in blue text against a white background Freeman's Facial Hydrating Paper Mask in a blue and white packet

After I took it out of the packet, it was dripping wet with serum. (Promise you, there’s no easy way to describe that without having it sound dirty.) The paper mask was huge and hung off my face. And when I pressed it into my skin, as per the directions, my eyes started to water.

Freeman's Facial Hydrating Paper Mask worn on the face

Did it work? Yes, I suppose so, but I didn’t see any remarkable difference in moisture. It didn’t work any better than a regular lotion moisturizer or a cream mask. I couldn’t care less about this product because honestly, I didn’t appreciate looking like an Ed Gein body double.

Cheers – Stephanie

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