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Summer Fridays Jet Lag VS. Lanolips Aussie Flyer

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One of Australia’s most loved brands, Lano, has released a product that is said to rival the fiercely coveted Summer Friday’s Jet Lag mask.  Both masks boast BIG hydration. Promising to nourish, refresh and renew, leaving skin plump, glowy and ready for anything. But, how similar are they? How do they compare? Is one better than the other? Let’s take a cheeky peek.

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Summer Fridays Jet-Lag Mask

Upgrade your skin to a business-class complexion—no matter what time your red-eye gets in, or what time your head hits the pillow. This uber-dewy, hydrating mask soothes thirsty, stressed-out skin by steeping cells in a nourishing mix of vitamins, ceramides, antioxidants and gently exfoliating extracts. Skin looks instantly renewed, radiant and ready for anything.

Key Points

  • 64 grams
  • $73
  • No phthalates, surfactants, petrolatums, silicones
  • vegan and cruelty-free
  • Contains Niacinamide, ( a fabulous all-rounder that hydrates, reduces pores and treat fine lines and wrinkles) and Vitamin C (Hello, radiance)
  • Can be used as a wipe-off mask, leave-on sleeping mask or uber-hydrating primer

Jet-Lag Review

This gel-creme mask is absolutely glorious. My skin literally just drinks it up and is all the better for it. Jet-Lag absorbs quickly and leaves my skin radiant, plump and just generally happier. It is surprisingly lightweight but full to the brim with hydration. I adore the multi-use aspect of this product, which makes the price tag a little easier to accept.  However, I have read that some dry babes haven’t found this to be hydrating enough.  You can read a detailed review of Jet-Lag here.

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Lano Aussie Flyer Leave-On Recovery Mask

The Aussie Flyer Leave-on Recovery Mask is the ideal solution for dried out, dull, travel-weary skin, delivering an instant and long-lasting pick-me-up and high dose of hydration.

Key Points

  • 60ml
  • $26
  • 99.2% Natural
  • Contains deeply hydrating Lanolin and Shea Butter, and also Caffeine, Mint, and Ginger (to wake that that tired skin up).
  • Not vegan, but cruelty-free
  • No artificial fragrances, parabens, mineral oil or sulfates

Aussie Flyer Review

Aussie Flyer is so gorgeously dense and creamy that you can tell from that first squirt that it is going to nourish like no other. It absorbs well considering the consistency but does leave behind a slightly waxy-feel (thanks to the lanolin). I don’t find this to be an issue, as it isn’t an oily or sticky residue.  My skin is left feeling so soft and ridiculously plump and bouncy.  I find that it works best as a sleeping mask, otherwise, it is a little too heavy for my oily skin.

Comparison

Alright, let’s get down to the good stuff. How do they compare? Summer Fridays Jet-Lag is a gel-creme formula that absorbs much quicker than rich creamy Aussie-Flyer, leaving behind no residue at all. It sits much better under makeup as compared to Aussie-flyer, which can be a little heavy.  Due to my oily skin, Jet-Lag is much more versatile and user-friendly. I believe that dry-skinned babes would be much more partial to Lano. Both masks are beautiful, leaving the skin so soft, smooth and youthful.

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Final Thoughts

Do I have a favourite? I love both masks but for different reasons. Jet-Lag is amazing under makeup and to give my oily-skin a lovely lightweight boost of hydration. Whereas, Aussie-Flyer is much more creamy and heavy making it perfect for a deeply hydrating treatment as a sleeping mask. The price point for Lanolips Aussie Flyer is just too good to beat. Your skin type may determine which mask would suit you better so I would judge accordingly. But it is worth knowing, that despite the richness, Aussie Flyer still works fabulously for me, just not in all the ways that Jet-Lag does. Coming into Winter, I can envisage using Aussie-Flyer just a touch more, but in Summer, Jet-Lag would be my number 1.

Which mask do you think you’d prefer?

Chat soon,

Camille x

*DISCLAIMER – Both products were purchased with my own money. No sponsorship or money has been provided for my review. All discount codes are not affiliated unless specifically stated. All opinions are based purely on my own experiences. I try my hardest to provide my readers with accurate information, but I am not by any means a professional, nor am I an expert. Please do not confuse my opinions with professional advice.

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3 Comments

  1. April 27, 2019 / 3:12 pm

    After finding out definitively that I have combo skin, I think that the Jet Lag mask is right up my alley. I’ll keep the Lano in mind for winter.

    • onabeautybender
      Author
      April 29, 2019 / 12:30 pm

      Jet-Lag is really a great all rounder. It is an absolute treat to use.

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