6 Overnight Face Masks That Will Make You Love The Way You Look In The Morning

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6 Overnight Face Masks That Will Make You Love The Way You Look In The Morning

A goodnight sleep is the backbone of maintaining healthy skin. Anything less than an uninterrupted eight hours and we’re wearing our lacklustre eye bags for a week. But just because we require rest, doesn’t mean that we can’t enlist the help of someone (or something) to do the hard yards for us while we doze. Introducing: the overnight face mask.

Overnight masks have been formulated to rejuvenate tired skin, replenish moisture lost during the night and boast the same powerful anti-ageing benefits as your current night cream. The only difference? They will continue to work until you wake up.

So for a radiant complexion that doesn’t require immediate rescuing every morning, here are the best overnight masks to ensure you’re having the ultimate beauty sleep.

Essano Collagen Boost Overnight Mask

By replenishing our depleting collagen stores, the Essano Collagen Boost Overnight Mask will provide the ultimate workout for your face as it firms up sagging skin and strengthens compromised complexions — without you having to lift a finger.

$15 at Big W

Clinique Moisture Surge Overnight Mask

When your skin is so dry that your foundation is flaking off, do yourself a favour and layer on Clinique’s Moisture Surge Overnight Mask before going to bed. In the morning, you’ll be greeted by a soft-to-the-touch, supple, and hydrated canvas.

“I think overnight masks are genius in general and this is one of the best I’ve tried. Non perfumed and safe for the most sensitive of skins. I can’t recommend this highly enough!” – Frenchy1

$56 at Myer

Burt’s Bees Hydrating Overnight Mask

Combining all the best that nature has to offer, the Burt’s Bees Hydrating Overnight Mask blends nourishing ingredients like avocado and beetroot to reinvigorate the skin and restore moisture.

“The mask was easy to apply and is good to use a couple of times a week to give your skin a break from your regular serums and creams. It’s not too thick and but feels luxurious once applied.” – Jodes71

$19.95 at Burt’s Bees

innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask

We’re no strangers to the skin-brightening benefits of the powerful antioxidant, green tea. Now bottled up and blended with other nourishing ingredients, innisfree’s Green Tea Sleeping Mask will keep your skin dewy, well hydrated and equipped to defend itself against ageing environmental pollutants. 

$25 at Adore Beauty

Skin O2 Sleep Mask 24k Gold, Collagen+ HA

You can forget a basic moisturiser. From here on out, we’re all about lathering 24k gold flakes onto our skin. With its star-studded ingredient list that contains vitamin A, C, E, hyaluronic acid and yes, even gold flakes, Skin O2’s Sleep Mask is delivering an unmatched glow.

“I loved how it gave my skin bounce and resilience. It gave my skin also a deep hydration. I love what this did for my skin in the short term and now am looking forward to results in the long term with regular use.” – Clearcrystalwater

$55 at Skin O2

Habitual Beauty Hydrating Sleep Mask

After scoring an impressive 4.5 star rating in a recent Trial Team, bh members have cemented the Habitual Beauty Hydrating Sleep Mask as a nighttime routine must-have. The cooling, purpled-toned formula has been packed with a unique blend of omegas, antioxidants, and vitamins to nourish, protect and illuminate dull skin.

“I LOVE the colour of this sleep mask. It’s a beautiful lavendar purple which you don’t expect at first. This is great for all skin types, especially those with dry skin. The formula is thick but it absorbs wonderfully into the skin. It has a silk like texture when it absorbs into your skin – it blends beautifully.” – Belle07


$95 at Sephora

Main image credit: @habitualbeauty

Which of these overnight masks would you most like to try?

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  1. The essano & Innisfree ones sound great to try. I’ve only tried one sleep mask, Neutrogena Hydro Boost Sleeping Mask. I’ve repurchased it a few times. It’s my go-to for before events.

  2. I have never tried an overnight mask but I am very interested to give it a go. Perhaps I will try the Essano if that brand is included in the next Priceline goody bag brands.

  3. I got the Clinique one as part of a Christmas gift set, but haven’t yet tried it. Frenchy1’s review makes me keen to do so soon though, the non-perfumed part definitely makes it more appealing to me. I love seeing members’ reviews within these articles.

  4. I am currently using the innisfree Green Tea Sleeping Mask and its lovely to use, non greasy and I apply over a serum several nights a week. Ive been really ill and had to have surgery so my skin was a mess even peeling from medication and this mask has really helped.

  5. I’m currently using a Sukin mask, the hydrating one. It’s not marketed as an overnight mask but it soaks in well like a moisturiser. Like other Sukin products I’ve tried it smells nice, it’s gentle but it’s hard to tell if it’s doing much for my skin.

  6. I really like the Innisfree Green Tea Serum and their mask is pretty reasonable. I’m still using the Habitual Beauty Hydrating Sleep Mask from my trial and I do love it – and my skin looks terrific. It’s very expensive but it does have lovely ingredients.

  7. I’d love to try overnight masks, I currently have a sample from a friend I’d love to try out, but I’m not sure how it works there’s no directions lol. but I wonder if it may smudge on my pillow while I sleep? I guess it’s not going to do that? it would dry up. I’d love to know how everyone used their overnight masks? I know every mask maybe different though.

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