Hope you beauties are going to enjoy the lovely weather that is predicted for us this week, I will be going away for a few days so probably won't blog, BUT don't worry I will probably find time to tweet so stay tuned on my twitter @beautybyhanan
Now going back to the purpose of this post..... Clinique's Overnight Mask!! Since the weather is predicted to be HOT no doubt we will all be lapping up the sun, with sunscreen on of course, so why not treat your skin to an extra bit of TLC at night?
Here's my count of using the Clinique Overnight mask.
So when we sleep our body is more relaxed, allowing our to skin to repair quicker so I thought, why not help my skin repair with a moisture mask. As it is left on longer it would reach more layers of my skin (epidermis, dermis and hypodermis) meaning I would see more of a result??
The mask comes in a tube so the rest of the product stays clean in the tube. It doesn't have much smell, if any at all. The product has a rich creamy texture but goes on lightly. After cleansing, toning and exfoliating I applied the mask before bed. You don't need much as a little goes a long way. I worked it into the drier areas of my face..... and off I went to sleep...
When I woke in the morning I was surprised to find a thin film of the mask still on my face, my initial thoughts were that it didn't work and that it just sat on the top layer of my skin all night (pretty pointless right?)..... but low and behold when I went to do my morning cleanse my skin felt like a baby's bottom!! Yes that's right luscious, supple, smooth and dewy it remained like that for the rest of the day, perfect!!
So will I repurchase? YES but since I've opened the door to this whole overnight mask ritual, I will probably be experimenting with a fair few others to see how they feel on my skin. I can imagine this mask would work wonders if you have dry skin, those who live in hot dry climates where a lot of air conditioning is used and would be soothing in the winter months when we suffer from dry skin from all the cold weather.
Do you use an Over night mask?