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Beauty Bite: At-home Overnight Facials with Only Three Items

Target skin issues before bed and wake up looking refreshed with these three items.


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Photo by Anthea Simms

It’s party season. Many of us aren’t getting as much sleep as we should and—being honest—are probably drinking less water and more champagne than we should. This can lead to a less-than-enviable complexion, which of course is not ideal because again, it’s party season.

Save time and reserve those few hours of sleep for giving your skin a little extra love. These three overnight masks and treatments will leave you with a complexion that looks dewier, younger and healthier overall.

The Moisturizer

You forget to drink a glass of water between flutes of bubbly, plus the brisk winds and dry air are doing a number on your complexion. This luxurious sleeping facial by Korres will help revive stressed-out skin. Oh-so-trendy Greek Yoghurt isn’t just delicious, it’s packed with proteins, minerals and vitamins to restore moisture and nourish.


The Pull: Korres Greek Yoghurt Advanced Nourishing Sleeping Facial, $59,

The Facelift

Photos from last night’s party reveal that you don’t look quite as, shall we say, fresh as last holiday season. Rodial’s celebrity-endorsed (Gwyneth Paltrow, Beyoncé and Kate Moss are all fans) line of scalpel-free skincare promises results. This overnight gel boasts smaller pores and thicker, plumper skin by morning.


The Pull: Rodial Glamtox Night, $110,

The Exfoliant

You have no time for scrubs. You’re lucky if you remember to remove your makeup each evening and your skin is starting to look a bit dull and uneven. This Glycolic acid- and plant extract-based night treatment is formulated to reduce brown spots and help to regenerate skin cells while you sleep.


The Pull: Reversa Anti-Spot Night Care, $36,