It's easier now more than ever to "get your beauty sleep." That saying has been around for awhile but this new batch of treatments are relatively new. We all lead busy lives, and at the end of each day, I think the last thing we want to worry about is adding more steps into our nightly routines. But what I've discovered with the products below is that it is possible to wake up looking fresher than the night before without sacrificing time. These work for you while you catch some Zzzs!

Let's begin with the watermelon glow sleeping mask by Korean brand Glow Recipe. This is a multipurpose product that can be worn overnight, or as a quick treatment whenever you prefer. It claims to hydrate AND exfoliate. The consistency is very watery, but the gel glides on like a dream. It comes with a tiny spatula that picks up the product. I usually just dab it on my finger and then apply it to my face, especially on my cheeks where I need the most hydration. It feels cool to the touch, but then settles in nicely and surprisingly does not transfer onto your pillow overnight. It's formulated with watermelon, which is packed with vitamins and hyaluronic acid. The results? Smooth, post-facial looking skin for a brighter morning! 

An overnight cream that conditions your hair is much more effective than a regular deep conditioning treatment you use in the shower. My hair can get dry at the ends, and now that I'm working on growing it longer, I want to put off on getting trims too regularly. This mask helps me do that! I use it once per week, focusing on my ends. I then throw it into a low bun, sleep on it, and wash my hair as usual the next morning (I do this mask on the night I know I have to wash my hair the next day). It smells amazing and leaves my hair ridiculously soft! 

This is by far one of the best products I've used all year. Laneige is another Korean brand that I wasn't familiar with until recently. It's been hyped on blogs and social media alike, and because I'm a sucker for lip products, I decided to give it a try. It is extremely similar to Sara Happ, but I find that this is much more hydrating as a nightly balm. It coats the lips without being goopy, and forms a protective barrier that stays on until you rinse it off in the morning. You have to try it!

What do you think of overnight treatments? Have you used any of these yet?

Before I go, I wanted to share with you what I picked up from the Sephora VIB sale. It's the perfect time to stock up on your essentials or get a head-start on holiday gift giving. All three are "holy grail" in my daily routine. The shower oil keeps my eczema at bay, the concealer is perfect for covering under-eye circles, and the foundation gives a flawless finish that lasts all day. Give them a try if you haven't already!


  1. I've been wanting to try this overnight mask, love seeing what you got at the sale.


  2. Okay, I NEED the overnight hair treatment. I have been wanting to try some kind of hair mask like that for awhile! Thanks for the recommendation!
    Gina || On the Daily Express

  3. I haven't heard of these, but I love Korean beauty and they all sound like amazing products! Thanks for sharing your thoughts!


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