A sleeping mask from Laneige, this time for the lips

Laneige lip sleeping mask: Berry

Laneige lip sleeping mask
Laneige lip sleeping mask


Comes in 4 versions

  • Berry
  • Grapefruit
  • Apple lime
  • Vanilla

13-20 USD

Ingredient analysis: Skincarisma

How to use it

Before going to bed, apply a liberal amount to you lips, with the spatula (no dipping with your fingers in the jar). Wipe your lips in the morning.

Laneige lip sleeping mask
Laneige lip sleeping mask

My thoughts on Laneige lip sleeping mask

I am a sucker for lip balm products, and really use them every night before going to bed. I have really dry skin so I need my moisture. This is the first type of sleeping mask for the lips I ever used, so I can’t really compare it to any other, more give my review on this one.

I really like the smell, it smells like It really smells like berry’s, sweet and lovely and I just want to eat it.

Laneige lip sleeping mask
Laneige lip sleeping mask

When applying this it really feels heavy on the lips. The heavy feeling is not a bad feeling, more that I just applied a heavy lip balm. And that is exactly what I was looking for.

Before I use this I usually exfoliate my lips. Either with a sugar scrub or a towel. Just rubbing my lips gently makes the towel exfoliate my lips. Then I apply this over, before I go to bed. In the morning, my lips feel really nice and moisturized. Much more than a regular lip balm.

Laneige lip sleeping mask review

In the morning, my lips feel a little weird, almost waxy, but since you are supposed to wash this off in the morning, that feeling disappears directly.

I give this product 6/7

Where to get it

BB cosmetics

Other masks

Laneige water sleeping mask
COSRX rice overnight spa mask

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