[unpaid/sample/priorad] Given that the Creightons H2O Boost Overnight Mask is £3.99 (yes, you read that right) I’d say in performance it’s punching above that weight. We’re in this weird space where skin care is madly expensive or slightly less madly expensive with not much – proportionately – sitting in the lower price deck. I think our confidence in cheaper skin products has reduced and we’ve been twisted into thinking there’s a price margin that feels appropriate for a given product.
This sleeping mask is perfectly pleasant and will have you waking more moisturised than you were when you when you went to sleep – so, that’s the job done, right? You don’t have to slather on a sleeping mask in the way that you would a face mask because pillows, hair and pyjamas – you just apply a light layer of what should be an extra boost to your routine. I like this for exactly that – feeling dry? Extra layer.
You don’t need to put it on exactly as you go to bed – once you’ve removed your make up etc you can just apply it at any time in the evening. Glycerin is doing the heavy lifting with this and it’s a proven natural humectant that draws moisture from the air to squirrel away in your skin cells. If you have flakiness or taut skin, it will help to ease both. You can use this as your regular night cream if you prefer or now and again for a moisture boost. I think it’s excellent value for money and you can find it HERE.
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I like Creightons and love it when you review more sensibly priced products. I’d probably never have thought to try Palmolive Up! shower gel until you reviewed it, and now it’s one of my faves. I’ll pay a lot for actives (retinol/vit C), but moisturiser either makes your skin feel more comfy or it doesn’t.
Yes, quite right – I’m with you on that.
I’m the same. I’ll pay ( a reasonable price, not exhorbitant) for actives but I actually like a cheap, simple and effective moisturiser. Superdrug are very good for that. I think I’ll try this. It sounds as if it could be a handy wee extra in between retinol nights.
Exactly that – a handy extra that does what it says it will.
The Creighton’s Salicylic range a flipping excellent, too..
I’m so over paying more for hype and Egos.
Sure, it’s great having something a bit more luxe, sometimes, but would you use it regularly and with such gay abandon?
These products Deliver.
Thanks, Jane, for giving them a well deserved boost.
You’re so welcome – glad to hear you are having a positive experience 🙂
I have a long haul flight coming up and I’m thinking this will be perfect for my hand luggage!
I think so!