Overnight face repair in fun packaging.
It took me a while to become a fan of sleeping masks. The idea of leaving a face pack on overnight for hours on end did not appeal to me at first. I thought they would break me out - I have the kind of skin that breaks out on contact with air. It was my Mum, a sleeping mask addict, who told me that sleeping masks were like intensive moisturisers or skin repairing creams that you leave to sink in for a few hours. None of them is mattifying or anti-acne; the onus is on moisturising, which is what my flaky skin needs right now, thanks to dry weather and heavy anti-acne treatment.
The Lassie'el (from Scot nickname for girl and Syrian father of gods - El) Night Miracle Sleeping Packs come in four variations: Mango (soothing), Egg (moisturising), Avocado (lifting) and Pearl (brightening). I've been using the egg and mango packs weekly for a month now; the brightening pack and the lifting pack are not my cup of tea.