The Ginger Sugar Overnight Lip Mask from Aritaum is the first sleeping mask for lip i’ve ever purchased, and used. And I have been using it nightly ever since. So today, I am going to do a review proper of this little lip sleeping mask and share with you guys all about my experience with it!
Read on to find out all about it.
Product’s info visual from the brand:
According to the brand, Aritaum Ginger Sugar Overnight Lip Mask is/has:
- Contains Shea Butter, Sugar, Beeswax and Murumuru Butter to form a protective and occlusive barrier that increases moisture by 17.5% after 24 hours
- When used as a sleeping mask for dry & rough lips, a reduction of 22.8% of dead skin cells can be observed after 24 hours
- Free of artificial coloring and fragrance
- A blend of Ginger oil and Orange oil helps to activate skin energy, and relaxation of both body and soul
Below is my experience with the Aritaum Ginger Sugar Overnight Lip Mask:
Roaring view for [Aritaum Ginger Sugar Overnight Lip Mask]:
|Product’s packaging||:||Round, short, cylindrical container with a screw cap mechanism|
|Product’s texture||:||Heavy, thick and waxy texture|
|Product’s scent||:||The faintest scent of sweet Orange oil|
|Purchased it from the store in Seoul, South Korea|
|Try-out period||:||Nightly, for over a period of 3 months|
|Personal take||:||As someone who has a habit of slathering lip balm (Rosebud Perfumed Co. Menthol and Eucalyptus Balm) every night before sleeping, exploring the idea of switching it up with a “sleeping mask” marketed for the lip is an interesting concept I just cannot pass. So when a good friend of mine was visiting Seoul, I asked her to get me a tub of this Ginger Sugar Overnight Lip Mask to try.
The texture of this lip sleeping mask is a……rather heavy one. It feels a little waxy and is not the easiest texture to get used to, but the benefits of using it surpasses that little odd, tacky feeling when you smack both lips together. As the texture of it is occlusive, you really can feel that your lips are a whole lot more moisturized and plumped the next morning.
Another thing to note is that you’d probably need to wash your hands/finger with soap after applying this lip mask as it does leave a…..tacky..residue. I usually apply this lip mask at the very last step of my nightly routine, where I will wash it off with soap and then rub on some hand lotions before retiring for the night.
|Will i recommend it?||:||Yes! Just remember to wash your hands with soap to remove the tacky residue. Wiping it off with tissue may not get rid of the tackiness completely.|
To this, Buddy says: