7 Try-Worthy Sleeping Packs

Call them sleeping packs or overnight facial masks - either way, you will be surprised of how healthy and smooth your skin feels after using one! What is more, they are really convenient and not as messy as you'd think.

After trying out a few sleeping packs myself, I quickly fell in love with how effective these overnight facial masks were. It might sound like a luxury, but they’re available at various price points, catering to all budgets! Here are some sleeping packs you might want to indulge in:

1. COSRX Ultimate Nourishing Rice Overnight Spa Mask (13.60/50g) - perfect for those looking for a gentle formula that effectively brightens, nourishes and hydrates skin.

2. KICHO Camelia Sleeping Pack ($35/100ml) - has a lightweight creamy texture that offers hydration while soothing and nourishing skin.

3. Daiso Japan Collagen Sleeping Pack ($5.40/100ml) - moisturizing overnight treatment that is also budget-friendly!

4. Fresh Black Tea Firming Overnight Mask ($92/100ml) - an intensely moisturizing facial mask that also firms and soothes skin.

5. Innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Pack ($12.74/80ml) - keeps skin moisturized and clear.

6. BRTC Waterful Sleeping Pack ($29.95/50ml) - has a rich gel-type texture that is very soothing and moisturizing. Also includes whitening ingredients and can improve skin's elasticity.

7. Tony Moly Panda's Dream White Sleeping Pack ($.8.84/50g) - lightweight formula that delivers a whitening and moisturizing effect.

Have you tried sleeping packs already? Which one is your favourite?

 
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8 comments

  1. i'm using this innisfree green tea sleeping pack almost daily and loooving it! and I'm going to get Tonymoly's one as soon as their products launch to our Sephora, soo excited xx

    darcia.pl

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    1. I'm glad to hear it works so well for you! :) And omg, Tonymoly is going to be at Sephora over there? I think I have to pack my bags and move to Poland or something! :D

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  2. I've been using the panda one for more than a year and I love it! It lightens and reduces my redness a lot! But I'd like to try the one of innisfree and daiso.

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    1. That's good to hear! I haven't tried it myself, but I know it's very popular. :)

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  3. Nom I'm using a Narüko's sleeping cream for oily skins, but from here I'm interested in Daiso's and Inisfree

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    1. I would love to see a review if you ever try them out! :)

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  4. I think I need to give some of these a try! I've used one of the Lioele ones but that's been it! The Tony Moly one seems like it would be ideal for me as I'm trying to use more whitening products in my skincare routine!

    Jasmine | http://kkochsongi.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I used to like Lioele, but these days I don't really think much of it haha. I think Tony Moly would be a good choice, it also includes niacinamide which is always nice! :)

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