Because overnight masks don’t have to cost a fortune to actually work…
Back in July I did THIS POST on a few of my favorite overnight beauty treatments…but it occurred t me only last month that most overnight beauty products are actually pretty expensive! I started doing some research and found a few overnight masks that you can get at the drugstore and, ok Target, which isn’t actually a drugstore but has drugstore-level prices.
Here are my top three favorites. They’re all awesome and, get this, $30 and under.
Olay Active Botanicals Overnight Moisture Mask ($15): Just because it’s the cheapest doesn’t mean that it’s not one of the best. This nighttime facial moisturizer leaves my skin glowing and uses snow mushroom, a naturally-derived botanical traditionally used for centuries by women in China, to hydrate and soften. This particular mushroom is known for its ability to hold up to 500 times its weight in water, making it an awesome skincare ingredient in this overnight mask.
I’m seriously so into overnight masks these days and they’re especially great for winter, since the air is super dry (and especially at night with your heater on).
L’Oreal Paris RevitaLift Intensive Overnight Mask ($22): The best time to re-tone, re-firm, and re-lift the skin is at night, that’s a simple fact. This luxurious, hydrating leave-on creamy mask features an innovative ELASTI-FLEX texture that acts to mimic skin’s own elasticity. It penetrates quickly and also forms a virtual protective mask to cradle and protect your skin. If you’re looking for an overnight mask that will help with aging, this is YOUR mask.
Laneige Firming Sleeping Mask ($30): Aside from being an international best-selling product, this unique mask is formulated with highly concentrated ionized mineral water and ceramides to deliver intense doses of moisture to stressed, parched skin. The gel-like texture quickly solidifies in the pot but is easy to apply and makes my skin feel instantly soft and hydrated. LOVE this stuff.
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Photos by Azusa Takano