Skincare Review: Fresh Rose Deep Hydration Sleeping Mask

When I first got into skincare, I immediately included sleeping masks in my routine. It has been part of my routine ever since so I liked playing around with what Fresh Beauty gifted me – their newly launched Rose Deep Hydration Sleeping Mask.

This sleeping mask is different from the others I’ve tried because this is a 2-step treatment that promises to drench the skin with moisture that was lost during the day and then locks it in overnight. The first step is a cooling gel essence that drenches the skin with rosewater. It also contains damask rose extract to hydrate, smooth, and strengthen the skin’s barrier and hyaluronic acid to plump the skin. The second step is a water-cream that contains evening primrose root extract to lock in hydration and time-release liquid patch technology to form an invisible veil on the skin’s surface and help attract and trap moisture while sleeping.

Both products are so watery that my tub, unfortunately, got some products mixed together. Packaging gripe aside, the essence is very watery and sinks in quickly into the skin. It has a cooling sensation and feels refreshing on the skin. It also sinks in quickly and works well with the actives I follow it with. The moisturizer feels refreshing as well. It’s creamier than the essence but feels lightweight and runny. It’s easy to apply and feels soft and nourishing on the skin. It leaves a bit of a tacky finish but it left my face looking soft and dewy the next day. You only need a pea-sized amount of the essence and the cream to cover the whole face so the tub will last long. This sleeping smells amazing also – fragrant and relaxing, a perfect scent to end the day. After a few weeks of using the product, I can attest to their hydrating and nourishing benefits to the skin.

The Fresh Rose Deep Hydration Sleeping Mask was provided by @freshbeauty and @octoly. Available for $52 at fresh.com

#freshrose #OctolyFamily

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