overnight

Overnight masks or sleeping packs are rubbed into the skin as the last step of the evening routine for deep hydration.

  • Cosrx Ultimate Moisturising Rice Overnight Spa Mask
    Cosrx,  overnight

    Cosrx Ultimate Moisturising Rice Overnight Spa Mask

    the claim The Cosrx Ultimate Moisturising Rice Overnight Spa Mask comprises more than 68.9% rice extract. It claims to deliver intense, powerful hydration while rejuvenating and nourishing skin overnight, promising healthier more radiant skin.     the science Rich in amino acids, vitamin E and ferulic acid, Rice Extract has anti-inflammatory and calming effects, also providing short and long term skin hydration. It’s great for sensitive and acne prone skin types. Sunflower Seed Oil is lightweight and enriched with lineoleic acid and Vitamin E. It’s well absorbed without residue. Essential fatty acids help to maintain the skin barrier and decrease transepidermal water loss, keeping skin supple and soft. Its emollient…

  • Commleaf Rose Sleeping Mask
    Commleaf,  mask,  overnight

    Commleaf Rose Sleeping Mask

    the claim The Commleaf Rose Sleeping Mask comprises rose extract and rose water to soothe, whiten and hydrate skin for a revilatized complexion.     the science Rose Flower Water is simply water scented or distilled with essential oil from the Rose plant (the hydrosol is steam distilled and more potent in delivering benefits). It exhibits soothing, cooling and anti-inflammatory properties, ideal for sensitive skin or that suffering acne, redness and irritation. The formula contains a substantial concentration of 75% rose water. Next in strength is Butylene Glycol, second on the ingredient list. This assists to increase the effectiveness of other ingredients as well as thin the formula’s consistency. It…

  • Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask
    Laneige,  mask,  overnight

    Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask

    the claim The Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask (Berry) claims to be a leave-on lip mask that soothes and moisturizes for smoother, more supple lips.   the science The ingredient list in this formulation looks extensive, but if you investigate closer, you will note that there are several alternative names for the same ingredient provided. There are many moisturising and hydrating components. Diisostearyl Malate is present at the highest concentration and is simply a skin conditioning agent and emollient predominantly used in lip products. Hydrogenated Polyisobutene is included for its ability to reinforce the skin barrier to reduce moisture loss, rather than to actually deliver hydration whereas Dimethicone helps form a…