I’ll confess to something: I’ve fallen asleep with a face mask on before. In my defense, I was exhausted, and this clay formula was taking a particularly long time to dry. In an effort to preserve my pillows and my sanity, I’ve gotten really into sleeping masks because they don’t have to be rinsed off. Yep, that’s right: sleeping masks are a fairly new category in which you apply the product, and then go to bed. Come morning, the sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and you’ve got gorgeous skin. It’s as easy as that.
Read on to learn about our favorite overnight masks.