Lazy girls, rejoice (from your couch—no need to get up). We’ve rounded up products that do all the work while you sleep, so all you have to do is slather them on and wake up prettier.
JAMES READ SLEEP MASK TAN FACE: You could spend your night dreaming of a sandy beach vacation, or you can just cover yourself in this face bronzer and wake up looking like you actually went on one (we recommend both). The silky aloe-and-hyaluronic-acid-spiked gel delivers a super subtle golden tint that’s incredibly natural, and though the formula contains DHA, the smell is still subtle. Plus, it soaks in quickly, so the only thing it tans is you—not your sheets.
REVITABROW ADVANCED EYEBROW CONDITIONER: This the peptide-based brow conditioner is a Best of Beauty winner for a reason: With regular nightly use, the sparse patches in your brows—and all evidence of the overtweezing we did in our teen years—seemed to almost disappear completely.
VALMONT PRIME RENEWING PACK: This rebalancing treatment mask gives skin an instant beauty boost. Slather it on before bed in place of your night cream and wake up with perfectly dewy hydrated skin!
MOLLIDERM: Wake up with baby soft hands and feet. For best results scrub hands and feet before applying a nice thick layer of Molliderm. Cover with socks and gloves and hop into bed. Easy peasy.
FOOTLOGIX CRACKED HEEL FORMULA: If you just can’t stand to sleep in socks you can still banish callouses with your eyes shut! Footlogix is a convenient mousse formula that is not heavy or sticky. Designed with Dermal Infusion Technology for severely dry, cracked heels and calluses. It moisturizes and protects extremely callused, cracked skin, and is permeable allowing skin to return to its natural functions (important for diabetics).
PHYTO SECRET DE NUIT HYDRATING REGENERATING NIGHT TREATMENT: This stuff goes to work as you sleep to regenerate the hair fiber deep down. Upon waking, hair is delicately scented, regenerated and protected. It is shiny, supple and manageable. Awesome for those with malnourished hair who don’t have time to use hair masks.