|Would buy this product again.||78%|
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
This product is just amazing. I put it on at night and the next morning i woke up with really nice skin!!
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Oily, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
This product is relatively nice, I will admit. Its scent isn't at all unpleasant, and it has a nice cooling sensation. It's a translucent blue, with a gel like texture. It's quite thin, which surprised me at first, and it 'sinks' into the skin rather quickly. I feel as if it doesn't really sink into the skin, instead, it almost evaporates, leaving a light, unnoticeable film that keeps the moisture from the emulsion and essence-which are used before the sleeping pack- locked in. It does work, though there are better products, and is a good deal for the relatively low price. Unfortunately, still searching for my HG sleeping pack.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Fair-Medium Hair: Brown Eyes: Brown
I like this product because it is not too expensive. I put it on at night after my skincare routine and in the morning, my face still feels moisturized. This is a life saver for me in the winter because the weather is so dry. I would definitely buy this again!
Age: 30-35 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Black
This is one of those products that sort-of does what it suppose to do but yet it does not fall under the HG range if you know what I mean. It is a very affordable sleeping mask, gives off a very nice fragrance. I had not found any other better sleeping mask compared to Laneige sleeping mask but at the same time, I would not say this is a bad mask as it does not break me out unlike the faceshop one does. Overall, I would still re-purchase if I can't find any better one than this. Perhaps their firming sleeping mask which my sister had generously gave me some to try and I do agree with her that it seems to have a better results for our 30+ skin compared to this mask.
Age: 18 & Under Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium, Warm Hair: Brown, Straight, Medium Eyes: Brown
A good mask.
Well, for one, it doesn't break me out. Two, it's moisturing, AND doesn't break me out. And three, well, it doesn't leave behind that sticky, oily film some paper masks have, which is just uncomfortable.
The sleeping pack itself comes in a lovely jar which I always thought was glass but I've read that it's plastic made to look and resemble glass. Either way, I'm still not going to be dropping this jar anytime soon. Packaging wise, it comes with this little spatula which no doubt people will say minimises contamination, but honestly if you're going to be opening the jar and dipping in a spatula, there are still germs from the air and on the spatula itself if you don't wash it and directly smack it on your face. It's a nice thought though, since you won't be getting gel all under your nails.
It smells really wonderful and relaxing. In applying this, I followed the directions - cleanse, tone, then apply mask, dabbing on forehead, cheeks and chin, then spreading from middle to the outside. Apply the mask on the décolletage too. You can use this opportunity to give yourself a little facial massage, patting and massaging the sleeping mask in. I guess you can say that it is absorbed really quickly, but I suspect that it is just evaporation of the mask that gives that impression and the coolness on your skin.
I think this works by sitting on your skin as a film and not letting water escape from your skin, particularly if you're in dry environments (I sleep in an air-conditioned room). In terms of hydration, this did nothing to the dry patches on my neck due to eczema, but it did help promote faster healing. Do not apply on skin with open wounds because it will sting.
I don't regret purchasing this because it is very relaxing to have on, it doesn't leave a sticky film, and it maintains supple and hydrated skin. Don't skimp on it though - use the recommended dime-sized amount, or the effects will be virtually negligible.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Acne-prone, Fair Hair: Brunette Eyes: Hazel
Other reviewers are correct that this sort of sits on top of the skin, more like a film than a cream. It did soften my skin, but gave me a sort of rash/break out the second use. Cheap plastic tub also isn't very sanitary, especially if you're mail ordering this.
Age: 36-43 Skin: Combination, Fair, Cool Hair: Blond, Wavy, Fine Eyes: Blue
Absolutely fantastic product. My skin is extremely clog-prone, and loves this! I use it every night (sometimes skip a night or two) and my skin is always plump, smooth, and radiant. I will seriously break down and cry if this ever gets discontinued.
I apply a nickel-size amount to my cleansed skin, massage it for a few seconds, then let it absorb. My face is a bit sticky for an hour or so. Next morning: oo la la! Skin like a baby's butt!
One of my favorite beauty products ever.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Dry, Olive Hair: Red Eyes: Brown
I use Langeige for my day creams and thought i'd try the Water Sleeping Pack.
The cream is a gel like substance, that you apply to your skin like cream. When I use this I wake up with really good skin, so it's doing something!
PROs: Hydrating and moisturising
Improves your skin (look and feel)
CONs: Online only (lives in UK)
Age: 30-35 Skin: Combination, Fair-Medium Hair: Black Eyes: Brown
I like this mask for a number of reasons, first its very refreshing, the moment it touches ur face it feels good. Secondly, it absorbs pretty quickly and is not sticky soon afterwards unlike some other masks. I doubt its hydration capabilities though, the next morning I wake up and sometimes I still get flakiness around my cheeks. However, I do like how it does make your skin look soft and even toned the next morning (I have problems with redness around my cheeks). I usually put the mask on after all my daily steps - cleanse, tone, serum, moisturizer, then I let everything absorb and just before I sleep i slab it in. It is not that expensive as well so it is a nice treat to be used twice a week.
Age: 19-24 Skin: Oily, Fair Hair: Black, Straight, Medium Eyes: Black
After reading rave reviews of this water sleeping pack, I couldn't resist getting one jar for myself. I was actively looking for a good moisturizing regime that could help my oily & dehydrated skin. I've tried Clinique's Moisture Surge Overnight Mask before and I didn't like it one bit - it transformed my face into a grease ball and my skin couldn't absorb the mask at all even though I used a small pea sized amount.
With Laneige's Water Sleeping Pack, the product is a watery blue gel substance that comes in a jar with a spatula. I took one lippie off for the bad packaging. The SA recommended me 4 spatula scoops for every application. The spatula is a bit silly and it's very hard to regulate the amount you need to use.
Packaging aside, I love this sleeping pack! The texture is very WATERY and is absorbed into your skin like a dream. I take 3 generous spatula scoops (instead of the above-mentioned recommended 4) on my palm, rub both palms together and apply it generously on my face including my eye area.
It takes a minute or two to be fully absorbed. After that, my face felt fantastic - it didn't have that "I-have-product-on-my-face" feeling which I love. Since this sleeping pack is absorbed so well, you don't have to worry about transferring residue onto your pillow!
Will definitely buy it again once the whole jar finishes (which will take a long time!). If they could change the packaging to a pump dispenser system, this would be a five-lippie product for sure.