Purito dermide Cica barrier sleeping pack I Fan created sleeping pack

If you guys don’t follow Purito on Instagram, you really should since they always hold giveaways, interesting comics to educate you on skincare as well as surveys to see what fans want for new releases.  Back during the holidays of 2019, Purito asked the fans if they wanted to create.  In the end, the majority wanted a sleeping mask pack, thus the Dermide Cica barrier sleeping pack was created.  This is quite a fun and engaging concept and I haven’t seen any other brands come up with this concept.  It kind of reminds me how Shan Dawson and Jeffree Star came up with their documentary, which made their conspiracy collection and smash hit and even broke the internet (literally).


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Full name of product:
Purito Dermide cica barrier sleeping pack

Limited edition/ Permanent?:

Description of product:
In the time during which the skin regenerates, offer your skin a deep rest for skin that is healthier than it was yesterday!

Offer a deep rest every night to skin irritated by harmful matter and environments throughout the day. You can strengthen your skin barrier with Centella Asiatica Extract, which soothes irritated skin, as well as substances that are similar to the skin, such as Ceramide, Squalene, and Hyaluronic Acid, which also help improve the damaged skin barrier. 

You can wake up every morning with moisturized skin by forming a moisture protective film over the skin barrier and by preventing the loss of moisture while you’re asleep at night. Recharge skin that is tired due to a lack of sleep and a hectic everyday life with convenient sleeping pack care that creates healthy skin.”


Amount of product:
80 mL

Duration before expiration:
1 year

Country of Manufacture:
Made in Korea

Animal testing?:Where to buy:

Water, Centella Asiatica Extract(225,000ppm), Cocos Nucifera (Coconut) Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride, Glycerin, Hydrogenated Lecithin, Cetearyl Alcohol, Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter, Olea Europaea (Olive) Fruit Oil, Butylene Glycol, Polyglyceryl-3 Methylglucose Distearate, 1,2-Hexanediol, Madecassoside, Asiaticoside, Asiatic Acid, Madecassic Acid, Ceramide NP, Panthenol, Hydroxyacetophenone, Sodium Carbomer, Hydroxyethylcellulose, Sodium Hyaluronate, Camellia Sinensis Leaf Extract

How to use:
1. Every night, at the last step of skincare, gently apply an appropriate amount of the sleeping pack on the skin.
2. Without washing it off, let the skin fully absorb the content and go to bed.
3. On days when your skin feels particularly sensitive and dry, apply 2-3 layers for a stronger moisturizing effect.

Product packaging:
I’m super grateful that this sleeping pack comes in a tube and not a jar.  I think most people are pretty over whole sticking your fingers in it, especially with this virus thing going around.  Everyone is more aware of where their germs are and washing their hands, so this keeps things a little more sanitary.

To dispense the product, simply pop the cap off and squeeze out.  No problems here!

Texture/ Finish:
When I think of sleeping packs, I usually expect them to be on the thicker side.  Then again, there is the Laneige sleeping mask which is more of a gel type that is also a sleeping pack, so I honestly don’t know what I was thinking.  Reading the description and having Ceramide, Squalene, and Hyaluronic Acid in the ingredients definitely made me think it would be a thicker cream.

This Purito sleeping pack is relatively light and isn’t heavy on the skin.  I’m honestly not too convinced the coconut oil needs to be in this formula.  It doesn’t absorb all that well and I wake up to my skin feeling like it needs more hydration.  There are a lot of people concerned with the coconut oil clogging their pores, which is a valid concern.

No fragrance detected

Effects/ Results:
On paper, this cream sounds like it would be the perfect product to keep my skin from drying out.  However, I don’t feel like this is deeply hydrating enough to be called a sleeping pack.  A normal moisturizer for my very dry skin, fine but not a sleeping mask.  I can definitely work my way around this cream and layer it with other products.

-absorbs quickly
-squeeze tube

-not hydrating/ moisturizing enough for me


Stars given out of 5:

Overall thoughts:
Although I don’t like this sleeping pack, I don’t think it is a bad product.  Do keep in mind, everyone’s skin is different and everyone has different living conditions.  I live in Canada where the heater is on 9 months of the year, with little to no humidity and I have dry skin, to begin with.  I can see this sleeping pack working for people living in humid climates or those with normal to combo skin maybe?  Overall this product, unfortunately, did not impress me so I
personally can’t recommend it.

*Gifted by Purito, not sponsored.

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