We Try Before You Buy

Slather on any one of these masks and sleep your way to beautiful skin.

Portrait of Tammy Strobel

Slather on any one of these masks and sleep your way to beautiful skin. 

Adora Wong, Senior Features Writer 

Shiseido WASO Beauty Sleeping Mask, $60 

“My skin breaks out easily but this lightweight sleeping mask gave it no trouble. I like that it smells great and effectively plumps my skin!”

Genevieve Rogers, Fashion Editor 

Pixi Nourishing Sleep Mask, $23

“The mask was easy to apply and smelt great, leaving me relaxed and ready for bed! It soaked into my skin quickly so I wasn’t concerned about it staining my pillowcases. My skin felt hydrated and looked glowing the following morning. Considering it’s very reasonably priced, it’s an absolute winner in my book.” 

Sophie Hong, Associate Editor

SOTHYS nO2ctuelle™ Chrono-Destressing Sleeping Mask, $99 for 8 sachets 

“Sleeping masks have never been part of my skincare routine because they always feel too heavy on my skin and leave a mess on my pillowcase. This SOTHYS sleeping mask, however, is very lightweight, and absorbs well. Usually, my skin tends to look dull after a late night, but I’ve realised that even though I’ve been sleeping late, this mask keeps my skin dewy and radiant.” 

Leong Li Yuan, Senior Designer 

Hera Aqua Recharging Sleeping Mask, $38 

“I love sleeping masks and this is one of my favourites. It absorbs quickly and doesn’t leave a sticky feeling. Also, I like the light scent and that it leaves my skin smooth and fresh the next morning.”

Smita DeSouza, Beauty Editor 

Kew Organics Ultra-Revive H20+ Masque, $80.40 

“The runny consistency can make it a bit challenging to apply, and once it’s on, it takes a while to dry – which means you can’t go to bed immediately. I usually sit in front of a fan to speed up the drying process. When dry, it stays put and the next morning, my skin looks brighter and feels more hydrated.”

Still-life Photography Zaphs Zhang

Styling Tan Lin Kuan