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How to Use Freeman Beauty Infusion’s Cleansing Clay Mask

Happy Tuesday, everyone, I hope your week is off to a great start! I managed to sneak in some time for an at home spa session and I’ve partnered with Freeman Beauty to share my tips on how to use their new Beauty Infusion Cleansing Charcoal & Probiotics Clay Mask, especially since it’s cruelty-free, dermatologist tested and doesn’t contain any parabens, sulfates, phthalates, or mineral oil! I really enjoyed the cool, smooth texture and loved how it cleaned my pores and how refreshed my skin felt afterwards! Learn more here and follow along below for my three easy tips:

  1.  I love applying my mask in the shower because it saves me so much time by letting the mask set as I soap up or shave my legs. Masking in the shower also makes it super easy to rinse off! Freeman Beauty Infusion Cleansing Charcoal & Probiotics Clay Mask comes in a tube packaging which makes it so convenient for me to keep on my shower cady but of course, keep yours wherever is convenient for you! I love that you can use it anytime and anywhere, whether it’s bright and early to start your morning or right before you jump into bed, or at the gym after an intense workout or like myself, in the shower!
  2. When you’re applying the mask, be sure to use the tips of your fingers to gently massage your face and neck. This helps stimulate your skin while also feeling so luxurious and calming!
  3. Speaking of luxury, if you’re not masking in the shower, enjoy some herbal tea while you wait! Not only will the tea help relax you, it also helps to hydrate you, which we all know directly affects our skin. Depending on my mood, sometimes I’ll opt for a green juice to really kick the healthiness up a notch!

Photos by Chris Dyer.

Special thanks to Freeman Beauty for partnering with me on this post! Learn more and buy at ULTA or buy on Amazon!

Xox,
An Dyer

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