As “an anti-aging, overnight, quick-absorbing gel that enhances surface cell turnover and delivers continuous moisture,” the Dr. Jart+ Premium Firming Sleeping Mask is the perfect, final step in your nighttime skincare routine. Previously, I reviewed the Dr. Jart+ Water Fuse Water-Max Sleeping Mask. The Premium Firming Sleeping Mask is different, in that it targets more of the anti-aging concerns rather than moisture.
“Sleep is when the body repairs itself,” and the Dr. Jart+ Premium Firming Sleeping Mask is a great product for dull, tired skin that needs anti-aging benefits. Much like all sleeping masks, you apply this product after your toner, serum, and night cream. As the final step in your skincare routine, I appreciate that this product is light in texture and it absorbs quickly.
“Make use of this precious healing period with this weightless, leave-on mask that creates a protective barrier on your skin, locking in vital moisture and nutrients while you ‘beauty sleep.'” The texture of this product is a thin gel that spreads easily onto the skin. It’s a bit cooling, but dissipates quickly. “Niacinamide and kava boost the look of elasticity and firmness, while Korean medicinal herbs help expel toxins and stimulate surface cell turnover.” In addition, “Hyaluronic acid replenishes skin’s nighttime water supply for long-lasting moisture, transforming dull, dry, dehydrated skin overnight.”
This mask is packed with tons of skincare and anti-aging benefits. It’s light and absorbs right away, despite layering it on top of other nighttime products. I don’t mind the additional step because it doesn’t feel like anything after application — and, the best part is that when you wake up and wash your face, your skin feels amazing soft, smooth, and looks so even.
The color of the mask is a bit strange — a weird organey color, but it doesn’t smell bad; and, once your spread the product onto the skin, it turns clear anyway so it’s not detectable. Essentially, it’s designed so that you can “wake up to beautiful skin.” However, since that’s technically the concept of sleeping masks, using one at night boosts my skin for the morning. Since the “sleeping mask is an essential Korean beauty ritual,” it’s also important to remember that “this overnight treatment creates a protective veil over the skin,” and maximizes on the healing/resting period of what your body repairs during the time you sleep.
I recommend this product because of its anti-aging and firming benefits. In addition, the “restorative action—boosting hydration, strengthening the look of elasticity, and locking in nutrients” contribute to making this sleeping mask essential for my nighttime skincare routine. For reviews on other sleeping masks, check out my posts on the Laneige Water Sleeping Mask, the Dr. Jart+ Water Fuse Water-Max Sleeping Mask, the First Aid Beauty Facial Radiance Overnight Mask, and the Sulwhasoo Overnight Vitalizing Mask.
Made in Korea.
Retails for $48.00 USD.
Item contains. 1.75 oz.