(Review) Ending my Night Routine with Happy Sleeping Mask

Hello loves, it has been awhile.
I have received this from PR two months back (its not a paid review!) and I have finally tried it when my sensitive patch has recovered (my weird but effective recovering story will be in a separate post!). It is already available in Guardian and I love the convenient packaging! ^^

About HappyMask:
I honestly have not come across this brand before so I do not know what to expect.
HappyMask is a brand from Korea. They have quite a variation of sheet masks, lace masks and so on available at Guardian.


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Review
Happy Sleeping Mask is what we will be reviewing today.
The Happy Sleeping Masks range consists of AQUAPlux technology,  the ultimate skin hydration.
It is FREE from formulation of Parabens, MIT, Mineral Oil and Alcohol. ^^

Packaging:
Unique T-shaped cap looks not only fancy (to me) and prevents spillage effectively (I am surprised!).

Brand: HappyMask
Item: Sleeping Mask
Content: 15ml
Origin: Korea
Cost: RM8.39 (Now at RM5.20)

There are 3 variants.
HA & Ceramide - Moisturizing
Aloe Vera & Tea Tree - Soothing
Vitamin & Berry Complex - Brightening

How-to:
Apply on cleansed and toned face at night. Massage slightly with fingertips to aid absorption. Leave on overnight and wash off with lukewarm water in the morning. Each pack can be used for 2-3 times.

Notable Ingredients:
(+++): Paraben-free, Sulfate-free, Alcohol-free, EU Allergen-free; promotes wound healing (Sodium Hyaluronate & Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid)
(---): Contains silicone & may promote fungal acne (Malassezia)
Function:
Skin appears to be soft and plumped overnight.
Texture:

Slightly milky and translucent gel texture.
Scent:

Soothing baby lotion-like scent. I think its the Rose Extract. I love it so it did not bother me.
Thoughts:

I love the scent as it goes away after awhile. It does keep my face moisturized without the heavy texture. It sinks in well after some time leaving near to no tackiness which is awesome. However I do not like waking up to an oily face the next day and washing it off with water sometimes feels insufficient especially on days where I have to make up right after.
Recommended for:

Dry skin type coz of the powerful moisturizing ingredients (of Butylene Glycol, Beta-Glucan, Sodium Hyaluronate, and Glycerin).

Notable Ingredients:
(+++): Paraben-free, Sulfate-free, Alcohol-free, EU Allergen-free; promotes wound healing (Sodium Hyaluronate & Hydrolyzed Hyaluronic Acid); anti-aging effect (Ceramide & Tocopheryl Acetate / Vitamin E)
(---): Contains silicone & may promote fungal acne (Malassezia)
Function:

Skin appears to be smooth and glowy.
Texture:
White cream in milky cream texture.
Scent:
Similar to the scent of mix berries yogurt XD Its making me hungry.
Thoughts:
Honestly, I don't particularly like the scent. It gives similar effect to the HA & Ceramide variant. Quick absorption and leaves near to no tackiness. I also wake up to oily-looking skin the next morning and after rinsing off, my skin is soft but needs to be followed up with my usual skincare for optimized hydration.
Recommended for:
Dy skin type coz of the powerful moisturizing ingredients (of Butylene Glycol, Beta-Glucan, Sodium Hyaluronate, and Glycerin.

Notable Ingredients:
(+++): Paraben-free, Sulfate-free, Alcohol-free, EU Allergen-free, Silicone-free; brightening effect (Niacinamide & Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate); anti-aging effect (Niacinamide, Sodium Ascorbyl Phosphate, & Tocopheryl Acetate / Vitamin E); promotes wound healing (Panthenol); acne-fighting (Melaleuca Alternifolia Tea Tree Leaf Oil).
(---): May promote fungal acne (Malassezia)
Function:
Skin appears to be soft and plumped overnight.
Texture:
Transparent gel texture.
Scent:
Refreshing aloe scent.
Thoughts:
I am ok with the scent as it goes away after a while. It also gives similar effect the HA & Ceramide and Vitamin & Berry Complex Sleeping Mask gives. Quick absorption and does cools down my skin when I feel hot. It is easily absorbed and dries down to a near to no tackiness. I wake up to a more refreshing skin and less oily looking skin. Skin feels ok with just rinsing it in the morning.
Recommended for:

Dry skin type coz of the powerful moisturizing ingredients (of Panthenol, Butylne Glycol, & Glycerin). Not that recommended for sensitive skin type coz of the strong Tea Tree essential oil used but the Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Extract soothes and alleviates sensitive reaction.

Close up shot of textures!

Overall Verdict:
I like that all these Happy Sleeping Masks are in a convenient sachet. They are a basic sleeping mask that I think dry skin user will like. However if you are one with sensitive skin type and still want to try, I will recommend you to try the HA & Ceramide Happy Sleeping Mask. I personally have dry skin with slight sensitive skin and prefer the Aloe & Tea Tree Soothing Sleeping Mask. Like I said, I wake up to less oily-looking skin and it feels soothing on my skin.
It is important to note that on average all these 3 variants of sleeping mask have about 3% of high risk ingredients (according to Skincarisma)!!! Therefore, do patch test first before usage!

Will I re-purchase?
I will re-purchase if I am travelling for convenience sake ^^
But I would still like to explore more sleeping masks in the market ^^


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Get at:
Exclusively at Guardian.
A quick link to the products HERE.

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Cheers,
Bee

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