Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask vs Milani Rose Butter Lip Mask

Brandefy compared the Lip Sleeping Mask to the Rose Butter Lip Mask. Here's what they had to say:

Brandefy Note: Both of these masks contain shea butter to moisturize the lips. They also contain wax, giving them their texture and hold on the lips. Additionally, both products have Sodium Hyaluronate (Hyaluronic Acid) to hydrate the lips. *Note: review and photos submitted by Brandefy app user. Comment below if you have tried either of these and email for a chance to get your review featured. Cayly says: Laneige is more light like melted butter, whereas Milani has some gooey texture to it. Either way, when applying on the lips, both feel very smooth and not sticky at all. Milani does not have an applicator, whereas Laneige comes with an applicator in a little plastic bag. Milani has a rosy perfume smell and Laneige has a light berry smell. It all depends on usage and if you like rose smelling products. The packing for Milani is a lot smaller and looks more luxurious but both are plastic and round. If you use lip masks every night, go for Laneige. If you only use lip masks in desperate times, Milani is enough. Both are best used as night masks instead of daily lip balms, but whatever floats your boat.

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