I purchased this in a cute holiday set that came in a pink bag and with the moisturizer. I have tried maybe two sleeping packs before this and those are the Sephora ones that come in a pod and also the Etude House Bubble Tea sleeping pack in Green Tea. You can purchase this in a set at Sephora for $45 which gives you a jar of 2.7 oz/80 mL and also comes with the moisturizer. I have seen these sets drop in price, so you can keep your eyes peeled. If you only want the mask, it's $45 for 2.7 oz/80 mL or $22 for 1 oz/30 mL. This is the only time where I actually recommend purchasing the mini size. I do not wear sleeping packs every single night, and they take forever to go through. If you have never used one before, it would be beneficial to see how your skin reacts to an overnight product. If you like it, you can get the larger size. If you don't, you've only spent $22.
The product packaging feels very well-made and luxurious. It comes in a glass jar and the product is pink. The texture is like an extremely thin, watery gel. The scent smells like a delicious watermelon that doesn't come off as too artificial. As for the product performance, I find that I am so used to a thicker gel that this watermelon sleeping mask didn't feel good to me. It didn't feel cooling or special. I only use a tiny amount each time and find that my skin does wake up looking supple, but I can get those kinds of results with something a lot cheaper. This product also claims to be an AHA which is a type of exfoliant, but I don't feel as though it has exfoliated much and feel as though it's an extra step that seems daunting. Like it's a chore to use. Since this is technically also an exfoliant, I do not recommend using this every night. I already have my favorite exfoliants and don't want my sleeping masks to be multi-taskers. I am just looking for something soothing that could just tame redness and can add a very thin layer of moisture to my oily skin. This missed the mark for me.