In the same vein, I have limited patience for skin care masks. While I love the idea of doing a DIY facial once or twice a week, slapping on a treatment and putting my feet up for half an hour is never going to happen. I blame it on my schedule, but it might just be beauty ADD.
This, my friends, is where sleeping masks come in. They're a multi-tasker's dream come true. I first covered this emerging skin care trend earlier this year, and it's continued to grow ever since. What started as a handful of products is now a full-blown category with newer and more advanced versions hitting department stores every few weeks.
Here's how they work: in lieu of your regular nighttime skin care routine, you apply a sleeping mask, and you go to bed. That's it. You're done. You don't rinse it off -- don't worry, it won't transfer to your pillow -- and in the morning, your skin is firm and glowy.
Sold? Read on to learn more about the latest launches.
La Prairie Skin Caviar Luxe Sleep Mask, $300
Origins Drink Up Intensive Overnight Mask, $24
Dr. Jart Premium Firming Sleeping Mask, $48