Dior came up with its first ever night mask in its Hydra Life range. It’s a Jelly Sleeping Mask (RM350) and if you’re familiar with Korean skincare (which inspired Dior to create this mask in the first place), you’d be no stranger to this mask. It seems like the Western brands have been really cashing in on catching up with Korean skincare trends. For many of us in Asia, we sense that this is kind of overdue, but better late than never. From experience, many Korean brands tend to be more affordable as well but if we were to compare Western and Korean luxury brands, the price range is similar.

 

 

Dior Hydra Life Jelly Sleeping Mask

 

 

This sleeping mask smells really good, is very lightweight, and the jelly turns into water as I massage it into my skin. It absorbs very easily and doesn’t leave my skin feeling sticky. I have tried the ever famous Laneige sleeping pack before, and didn’t like it as much because I remember it took a long while for it to be absorbed and it did feel a little sticky. This Dior Hydra Life Jelly Sleeping Mask promises 8 hours of continuous infused hydration so when we wake up from our slumber, our skin is properly hydrated, supple and radiant. I tend to use richer skincare at night because I sleep in air conditioned room. However when I use this mask, I prefer to use a lighter moisturizer. The sleeping mask is like a protective H2O orb when we sleep – without messing up our pillow cases 🙂

 

 

 

jelly mask texture

 

 

Honestly speaking, the price point is going to be a major deterrent but let’s be real, Dior has never been affordable. There are definitely more options out there that are kinder to your wallet but if you’re a Dior fan, then this is worth a try. The texture is lovely, not to mention the heavenly smell and waking up to soft plump skin.

 

 

xoxo Lily

 

 

Dior Jelly Mask ingredients

 

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Written by Lily

  • I am a huge fan of Laneige Water Sleeping mask and am soo close to finishing it. I don’t think I’ll try this from Dior though, I checked and it’s CAD$85.00! My husband will kick my arse. LOL! I have been eyeing Algernist SPLASH Absolute Hydration Replenishing Sleeping Pack as it’s cheaper at CAD$68.00. Have you tried that? Or do you have any Korean brands sleeping mask to recommend?

    • Lily

      It is expensive. I don’t use sleeping masks a lot, because I’ve been using oils and I don’t like the sticky feeling. This Dior jelly mask doesn’t feel sticky at all, which is why I can tolerate it 🙂

  • Yeaaaah I don’t know… It’s very expensive. Too expensive, for me.

    • Lily

      Dior has never been affordable 🙂 And yes I agree. It does put a dent in your wallet.

  • I have a small tub of something similar from a different brand (I got it as a sample in some event) and its brilliant,.. but same, too expensive. I’ll stick to my hydrating overnight masks by other brands that are better priced, which I think does the same trick!

    • Lily

      Indeed indeed. What brand are you using?

      • Oops the paint of the text has worn off of the packaging so I have no idea!

        • Lily

          LOL no problem 🙂

  • I have a sample of this somewhere to try. Need to find it! But yeah, Dior is always going to be $$$. Whether you love them or don’t, at least they don’t pretend to be affordable lol!

    • Lily

      LOL Tracy. You’re right. At least they’re sticking to their guns that say, hey, I’m a luxury brand and this is my price range. Take it or leave it 🙂