Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask Dupes: Studs and Duds

We wish we had done this back in February… how fun is a lip treatment for Valentine’s Day?! Oh well, we will take soft lips anytime of year. We say skip Sephora copy cats, but try out this Burt’s Bees dupe of Laneige.

Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask vs. Burt’s Bees Overnight Intensive Care Lip Treatment

Kimberly says: The Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask is $20 for 0.70oz of product, while Burt’s Bees Overnight Lip Treatment is 0.25oz for about $9. Both products come in a pot, and a little goes a long way for each. They look like a lip balm you apply with your finger, but when you put it on it is a pleasant surprise how hydrated your lips become. I saw equal results in the hydration of my lips after use, but I feel Burt’s Bees is a higher quality product. The ingredient list of Burt’s Bees is half the size of Lineage and doesn’t have any artificial colors. It also doesn’t hurt that it is half the price! Buy our pick

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Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask vs. Sephora Collection Sephora Rose Lip Mask

Makeup Maven, Kimberly, says: The Sephora mask is a one-time-use and is made out of paper. It is extremely huge and awkward, so much so that while using it I was treating the skin around my lips instead. The mask also slid all over my face, even while being still and laying down for the 15 min time period (specified in the directions). The Sephora mask also tingled and burned while wearing it, which makes me concerned about its ingredients. My lips felt soft after treatment but its long term effects aren't noticeable because I could only use it once. The Lineage Lip Sleeping Mask is totally worth the splurge compared to the Sephora one-time-use mask. The 0.7oz of the product comes in a pot, and a little goes a long way. It looks almost like a lip balm you apply with your finger, but when you put it on it is a pleasant surprise how hydrated your lips become. It feels like a lip balm but has the thickness of a lip gloss, and it feels amazing! You will definitely get your money’s worth with the Lineage lip mask, as it's $20 for hundreds of uses - while the Sephora mask is $3 for single use (and an uncomfortable experience). Buy our pick

Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask vs. Sephora Collection Shea Butter Lip Mask

Makeup Maven, Kimberly, says: The Sephora mask is a one-time-use and is made out of paper. It is extremely huge and awkward, so much so that while using it I was treating the skin around my lips instead. The mask also slid all over my face, even while being still and laying down for the 15 min time period (specified in the directions). The shea felt nice and my lips felt soft after treatment but its long term effects aren't noticeable because I could only use it once. The Lineage Lip Sleeping Mask is totally worth the splurge compared to the Sephora one-time-use mask. The 0.7oz of the product comes in a pot, and a little goes a long way. It looks almost like a lip balm you apply with your finger, but when you put it on it is a pleasant surprise how hydrated your lips become. It feels like a lip balm but has the thickness of a lip gloss, and it feels amazing! You will definitely get your money’s worth with the Lineage lip mask. You will definitely get your money’s worth with the Lineage lip mask, as it's $20 for hundreds of uses while the Sephora mask is $3 for single use (and an uncomfortable experience).

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