Clinique moisture surge overnight mask is designed to be used after your usual night cream, and texture wise, it's similar to that of a rich creamy moisturizer. It takes a good few minutes to sink in, during which time I like to give my face a mini massage. As far as I can tell, the mask is unscented, although I do have a cold at the moment, so my sense of smell is not as sensitive.
What really impressed me though was the fact that upon application, my skin immediately felt less irritated and more comfortable. Despite the rich formula, the mask is oil free and I didn't find to to be at all greasy. The next morning, my skin felt more plumped up, and although it didn't get rid of all the dry patches around my nose, it did at least leave my skin feeling more nourished and less sensitive.
Overall, I think Clinique moisture surge overnight mask is a really useful product to have to hand. It's easy to incorporate into your daily routine, and for frequent flyers, this would be perfect as an in flight face mask.
Clinique moisture surge overnight mask, RRP £28, available now from Boots
Are you a fan of the Clinique moisture surge range? What are your winter skincare essentials?