I’d imagine that going to sleep for 100 years would leave your lips feeling pretty dry and chapped wouldn’t it? What d’ya reckon? Do you think Sleeping Beauty might have benefited from this lip mask? HAHA!
If you’ve hung out with me long enough, you’d realise that aside from lipsticks, I don’t talk a lot about lip care. I don’t use a lip balm and my only concession to caring for my lips is to drink lots of water to stay hydrated, and to use the Lucas Papaw Ointment at night. That’s it.
So, when I was introduced to the Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask, I raised a brow. Ok, I can’t physically raise just 1 brow (I wish I could!) so I raised both.
Most of us are by now familiar with Laneige’s bestselling Sleeping Mask (it’s been reformulated and is now called a Sleeping Mask not Sleeping Pack and I’ll tell you about it some time) which is a hydrating mask that you apply on your skin and go to sleep in.
Well the Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask is the same. You slather it on your lips and head to bed. I was pretty intrigued by it, since I’ve never used anything so specific like this before. Is it something you are familiar with?