Innisfree Lip Sleeping Pack Canola Honey is purchased by Cosmeperks for review purposes.
Innisfree Lip Sleeping Pack is a brand new product, and this is one of the first reviews online, so I hope you’re as excited as I am!
First things first, the Canola Honey collection is a great collection for super dry skin. That said, even though I don’t have super dry skin I have super dry lips. Before this product was released I had been using the same line lip balm for relief. I need to apply lip balm every hour (if it has color) and every three hours if it’s a simple, hydrating lip balm (or vaseline). So, when I first used a lip sleeping mask (from another brand) I thanked the gods! Before that I used to wake up in the middle of the night because my lips were chapped and bleeding, and it genuinely hurt. So, with that in mind, I will be using that other brand as a comparison, since the other lip sleeping mask set the standards pretty high (I’ve been able to sleep through the night ever since I first used it).
- The strong moisturizing ability of honey smoothens even extremely dry lips and cares for them over night.
- The Jeju Canola Honey and Canola Oil form a protective layer of honey on the lips, and Shea Butter replenishes the sensitive lip skin with moisture.
- Makes your lips as soft as a baby’s.
- Protects the lips from the dryness of the external environment.
Diisostearyl malate, Hydrogenated polyisobutene, Phytosteryl/isostearyl/cetyl/stearyl/behenyl dimer dilinoleate, Hydrogenated Poly(C6-14Olefin), Polybutene, Microcrystalline Wax, Butyrospermum Parkii Butter, Synthetic wax, Candelilla Wax, Sucrose tetrastearate triacetate, Butylene/Ethylene/Styrene Copolymer, Ethylene/Propylene/Styrene Copolymer, Mica, Astrocaryum Murumuru Seed Butter, Dimethicone, Dehydroacetic Acid, Methicone, Copernicia Cerifera wax, Fragance, Brassica Campestris Seed Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Honey Extract, Camellia Japonica Leaf Extract, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract, orchid extract, Opuntia Coccinellifera Fruit Extract, Citrus Unshiu Peel Extract, Butylene Glycol, Rosa Canina Flower Oil, orange Oil, Lavender Oil
How to use:
On clean lips, without any lip balm or other treatment, apply a sufficient amount of product before going to sleep.
My Skin Type: Oily T, dry U, blemished, sensitive, and allergic. – extremely dry lips
Innisfree Lip Sleeping Pack Canola Honey Review:
First thing to mention is that it is on the cheap side of the lip masks price range. I mean, it is literally half the price of the one I had been using until now.
Another point to make is the scent. It smells like honey. But not in a fake or exaggerated way, it smells as if you mixed honey in Vaseline and bees wax. So, if you like honey, it’s a plus! But if you don’t then why would you be curious about honey products anyway? 😀
The other lip sleeping masks I have used have a strong non natural and extremely sweet smell. Like candy. Although I don’t mind any of those smells as long as they’re pleasant, I know some people have been disappointed with some lip sleeping masks scents, so I’m letting you know this one is a way softer smell, way less aggressive.
This is a photo of my lips after 3 hours of not wearing any sort of lip treatment (no lip balm, no chap stick, no vaseline). My lips are naturally wrinkly, but on the second photo you can see those unnatural horizontal wrinkles of overly dry lips. Not to mention, I did clean my lips before the photo to remove as much dead skin as possible, but you can still see skin flakes.
I have noticed as I was opening the box that there was this small sticker telling me to open it– it’s simply a list of precautions, but they are important and so I will write them here.
- If you have any bad reactions stop using the product and check a health specialist.
- Don’t use the product where you have wounds.
- Close it well after using.
- Keep out of reach from children.
- Keep out of warm places.
What they advise to use is about 2 to 3 times the amount of product in that spatula. The mask did not come with any spatula. So I have used a spatula that is lying in my skincare stash.
I started by using the amount they suggested, but in the next morning it was feeling as if I had just put a whole pot of vaseline. Although it is a little too much for me, it was definitely good for a first night’s treatment! But on the four days after I reduced the amount to what you can see in the picture, which was enough to me. But these things you always have to adapt it to your own needs!
The reason I didn’t mention the texture until now it’s because it feels different according to the amount you use.
If you use just that amount on the photo, at first it feels sticky, and later it melts as you spread it.
If you use double the amount it melts since the beginning, and doesn’t feel the slightest bit sticky at any time.
If you use triple the amount then it melts, but I felt it grabbed too many fibers and dust particles as I was sleeping, and it felt just a little sticky in the morning.
This is the big revelation! It works like a wonder. My lips in the morning feel moisturized, not sticky, they don’t look dry at all!
Well, the smell can be a plus or a minus depending on whether you like weak or strong smells.
The price is a plus, to me! But I would never save on lip care, so it’s really unrelated.
The results? Amazing. Just as good as, let’s say, the one from Laneige. I really like this product and, until I find something better (and I don’t think I will) I will repurchase this one instead of the one I was previously using.
It also needs a lesser amount of product per application, compared to my previous one, which makes me more comfortable, and makes me worry less about it as I sleep (I used to worry about wasting product while I sleep, but not with this one, not anymore).
Where to buy:
Have you tried Innisfree Lip Sleeping Pack?
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