Hello my pumpkins and welcome back to my blog! Today, I am sharing with you my jet lag mask review. Summer Fridays is one of the most famous Instagram brands created by influencers and the jet lag mask.
If you want to know my honest thought on the product then keep on reading and don’t forget to check out my previous post: OCTOBER FAVORITES ’19
Jet Lag Mask Review
The jet lag mask retails for 48$ and comes with 64g of product. It is described as “a one-of-a-kind hydrating cream face mask featuring proven, skin-loving ingredients that deliver rich hydration and a radiant complexion in just one application.”
It is targeted for dryness and uneven texture and the star ingredients are vitamin C, vitamin E and Arginine.
The mask is a clean product at Sephora, it is environmental friendly as well as cruelty-free [of course].
Like the overtime mask that I reviewed a few weeks ago [link], the jet lag mask comes in a look-alike blue paint tube that is squeezable. I actually love the packaging, it’s aesthetically beautiful, very Instagramable and is actually very practical and travel-friendly. The only thing that actually bothers me is the small cap because you can easily lose it and sometimes it gets annoying to put it back when your hands are all creamy. But well, I can’t really imagine another type of cap for this type of packaging.
Moreover, I love how can easily get the last ounce of product with this type of packaging, like I previously said, it is squeezable and you can actually roll the tube [like a toothpaste tube] until nothing is left.
In my opinion, the jet lag mask is overhyped. The formula is great but it left me wanting more. You can actually use this mask in several different ways: as a regular mask, overnight mask, eye cream, primer, or moisturizer. It’s really versatile.
As a mask, overnight mask and moisturizer, it didn’t quite deliver enough moisture to my skin, my skin still felt a bit dry. [Note that I actually have combination to dry skin]. However, it didn’t make my skin feel oily and it absorbed really quickly into my skin, it just didn’t make my skin feel hydrated enough. As a primer, the jet lag mask performs wonderfully. It offers the perfect base for the makeup, after you’ve moisturizer, toned and cleaned. It definitely gives your skin a boost of hydration, makes your skin look super glowy and it actually keeps your skin moisturized throughout the day. Moreover, it really helped with my dry patches below my foundation so my base looked flawless.
Unfortunately, the mask contains fragrance which is not particularly bothersome to the senses but fragrances can generally be irritative to the skin.
Conclusion – Jet Lag Mask Review 8/10
To conclude, I don’t think this expensive mask is worth the price as I don’t feel like it worked well on me [except as a primer] therefore I don’t think I’ll ever repurchase it and I can’t recommend this product because of the price point. It’s really up to you, if you are willing to pay and try it. I know there’s a small version, I definitely recommend to try this one first before investing in the bigger size.
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