Dr. Jart's Water-Max Sleeping Mask is a product intended to be used as the last step in your nighttime skincare routine. It claims to strengthen the skin barrier and provide continuous moisture while you sleep. I have normal-to dry skin and have had luck with other Dr. Jart products, so I was excited to give this a try.
As you can see in the pictures, this mask has a gel-cream formula. It's not sticky at all, which I think is especially important since it's intended for nighttime. When I use this, I wake up with a healthy glow and my skin plumped; however, I don't feel like I have residual product on my skin. I even use this in the daytime sometimes when I'm not wearing makeup. Because this is so light and can be used with your choice of moisturizer, I think it would work with a variety of different skin types. It works for my normal to dry skin, but I also think it would be a nice product for with oily, dehydrated skin. It also has some antibacterial properties that might lend well to problem skin.
Overall, I really like this product, but it's definitely an extra. If you're looking for something to help with dehydrated skin- it's great, but again, it doesn't replace your moisturizer. It wont add any heaviness to your nighttime routine, so don't let that discourage you. It comes in a 3.4 oz tube, which is relatively generous, but you need around three pumps for your face.
Honestly, I would say the price tag is the only real downfall.
This product retails for $48 and can be found at sephora.com, beautybar.com, and the birchbox shop.