This review will be about Sephora Night Mask, which is my first product of this kind.
It’s a little white tube, absolutely inconspicuous.
Price: $10 (I bought it on sale)
The mask can be dispensed through this little hole by squeezing the tube.
The consistency is lightweight and gel-like, pink and girlish. The facial mask becomes absolutely transparent on my skin.
The fragrance is pleasant but quite strong. If it didn’t wear off in 20-30 minutes after application, it would be pretty uncomfortable to go to bed with this facial mask on.
It can be applied in the under eye area, which is certainly a plus.
The mask is applied without difficulty, gliding on my skin like a regular face cream. It’s a leave-in treatment.
After the mask absorbs into my skin, it leaves no stains on my pillow case. A little bit goes a long way, I’ve used this facial mask like 10 times and there is still a lot in the tube.
About the effect:
I’m 25 years old. My skin is normal, prone to oiliness in the T-zone. When it’s cold, my skin feels dehydrated, even though I drink a lot of water. If I skip a few steps of my skincare regimen for some reason, my skin condition worsens. It becomes flaky and wrinkled.
After I wash this facial mask off, I see even, refreshed and baby soft skin. If there were any signs of dehydration on my skin, they disappear without a trace.
There is one minus, though. In the morning, the mask feels like a thin film on my skin. And I wonder whether it’s harmful for my skin or not. Won’t it clog my pores?
I haven’t noticed any negative side effects on my skin, but it isn’t prone to clogged pores. Anyway, it bothers me every morning when I wash off this mask. Isn’t it a stress for the skin to be under film throughout the whole night?
This photo was made right after I washed off the mask. I’ve just started doing my makeup.
Anyway, for me it’s a perfect overnight treatment. Five stars definitely!