Ah, sleep. I miss it a lot nowadays, I’ve got projects lined up next to exams and quizzes.
So when I do sleep I might as well double it up as skin care time as well.
Sleeping packs are just the right product to use when you lack the time to do a proper routine but you want to jam pack a super cream in.
You put a slightly thicker layer of it on right before you sleep and ta da, face done for the night and you’ll wake up fresh as a daisy.
Today I’ll be reviewing KICHO Camelia Sleeping Pack.
Like the cream I reviewed from the same brand, KICHO, before, it’s beautiful packaged. Ribbons, pink and flowers. They know how to woo a girl into skin care with their packaging. It’s the whole package, heh.
The packaging doesn’t stop on the outside too, like the cream, they continue with the flower montage and have it beautifully placed inside as well.
If I ever wanted to be a package designer, it would be for Korean cosmetics, they have just been knocking it out of the ballpark, and KICHO has been killing it. So beautiful. I love how it’s just so well thought out. Even before using the product and falling in love with the sleeping pack itself, the packaging definitely woos me.
Now onto skin care, sorry I’m such a packaging freak. I really love nicely packed things.
There are 4 key ingredients for the sleeping pack:
- camellia oil
- rose water
- fermented black ginseng
- lanolin (sheep oil, back again at it)
It’s just a nice thicker, yet lighter type of cream. It absorbs slightly slower than a regular face cream, but it’s pretty solid.
It got rid of all my dry spots on my face, especially the tip of my nose and the sides of my face. After using it for about 2 weeks, every other night, my skin has been rehydrated.
It comes with a brush to help apply it evenly, but since I usually do the rest of my skin care with my hands I just apply it with my hands as well.
It has a nice mild fragrance which doesn’t irritate me or my skin, super plus. Overall, I’m definitely loving this sleeping pack. It’s a nice thing to have when I’m crunched on time and I want to make sure my skin doesn’t die, even though I feel like I’m dying internally.
Hope everyone’s exams are going well.
I’m rating this, like the cream, 9/10.
Same as the cream you can buy it online on the KICHO site or at Whole Foods in NYC!
This product was given to me to review as a BNTgirl but has a 100% my thoughts in