When we think of masks, we often think about facial masks. You know, the tried and true DIYs, the activated charcoals, and the old faithful mud masks. Add "sleeping" to that bih, you might be inclined to think of a sheet mask, or the coveted cloth variety that you wear over your eyes. The point is, the way you do masks can be endless. And to that, I'd like to add another kind of mask to the mix: the Laniege Lip Sleeping Mask.
This berry flavored product has been one of my favorite beauty finds over the past winter season. Last year, as the days grew colder, I realized how much certain areas of my body were feeling so dry and chapped, no matter how much water I drank. This included my hands, and of course, my lips. I was used to advice like homemade scrubs made out of sugar or lip scrubs you can buy at the pharmacy, but although I liked exfoliators elsewhere, I wasn't a huge fan of them on the my lips.
The Laniege Lip Sleeping Mask was the perfect alternative to this. At the end of the night, you put some on like you would a gloss. In the morning, you wake up to smoother lips that have mostly peeled after absorbing the product overnight. According to OhLolly, the mask is infused with "Moisture Wrap™, a hyaluronic acid mineral network which forms a moisturizing protective film and Berry Mix Complex™, which is rich in Vitamin C to gently exfoliate dry flakes and melt away stubborn dead skin cells."
The reviews don't lie and it was well worth the $20 spent. The container is small, but a tiny bit goes a long way. I've owned it for about six months and still haven't hit the bottom. Given the amazing experience I've had with this product, I'm definitely looking into investing in some more beauty finds from the K-beauty skincare line. I think next up for me is their Water Sleeping Mask. It's an investment, but most beauty products are. This particular mask has done wonders for the overall look and feel of my glorious pout, so I highly recommend it.
Would you try a lip sleeping mask? Are there any beauty products you've tried over the winter that you've fallen in love with?
Let me know in the comments down below.