Review: Too Cool for School Pumpkin Sleeping Pack


***This review is not sponsored. Everything written is our own opinions, and if you are to use this product remember YMMV. 


Pumpkin Sleeping Pack Picture

Sleeping packs are a great way to keep your skin moisturized during the colder months of the year. It’s best to find ones with thicker consistencies, because skin needs extra protection and moisture to remedy dry and chapped skin caused by the cold. Currently, we find that Too Cool for School’s Pumpkin Sleeping Pack is the perfect trick for achieving bright, moisturized skin in the winter.


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Here are the magical ingredients:

Glycerin- is a moisturizer that has skin repairing ingredients.

Cucurbita Pepo Fruit Extract (Pumpkin Fruit Extract)-is a great antioxidant that makes skin bright, plump, and moisturized while also soothing irritated skin and breakouts.

Centella Asiatica Extract- is a plant extract that has anti-inflammatory properties that are good for smoothing and soothing the skin. It is mainly known for its antibacterial and anti-acne properties.

Hydrogenated Lecithin- this is an emollient (a moisturizer) that has “cell-communicating” properties that tell skin cells to act better (for more detailed information read more on Paula’s Choice Skincare).

Here are the cursed ingredients:

(All rated on a scale of 1-5, the higher rating the worse it is)

Dimethicone- an emollient with an acne rating of 1.

Squalane- an emollient with an acne rating of 1.

Triethanol Amine- a pH adjuster  with an acne rating of 2.

Carbopol- an emulsifier with an irritant rating of 1.

Papain- an exfoliator  with an irritant rating of 3.

For the full list of ingredients and analysis, click this link.

How to use:

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Sleeping packs are moisturizing masks that you sleep with on and use a a replacement for your normal night cream. You should put it on as the last step in your skincare routine and wash it off in the morning. They should be used at least once a week.

How it worked for us:

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The Pumpkin Sleeping Pack is a winter must have. The thick consistency of the pack ensured that we woke up every morning with moisturized skin that practically glowed. Irritated or patchy coloring had disappeared, replaced with a bright and even complexion. We never had to worry about a “sticky” or “tacky” feeling to our skin, and neither of us had to worry about it making our skin oily the next day. It’s safe to say that this product put a spell on us.


-Skin appears moisturized, plumper, and brighter in the morning

-Did not cause any acne

-Cute and travel friendly packaging

-Strong perfume scent that we enjoy


-Strong perfume scent that others may be sensitive to

-Pumpkin isn’t very high on the list of ingredients

Final Rating:

Rating Scale

1-Bad, had a reaction, would not buy again

2-Did not work

3-Worked, but nothing special

4-Great product, but has the potential to be replaced

5-Holy Grail, it’s the cat’s meow!

Noona 5

It’s definitely the cat’s meow!

Where you can purchase it:

Memebox for $19.35 (but currently sold out)

Jolse for $15.98 (but currently sold out)

RoseRoseShop for $8.25 (they also sell samples of it)

Amazon for $14.20 (sold with prime if you have it)

**Be sure to check out our coupon code page for discounts on some of the sites listed above!

7 thoughts on “Review: Too Cool for School Pumpkin Sleeping Pack

  1. Love your blog design. I haven’t seen this one in stores here in Japan, but I’ll keep a closer look when I’m back in Tokyo! I loovee pumpkin.


  2. I have this sitting in my cabinet just waiting to be tried out! I’m trying to finish up some other sleeping packs first, but now I’m really tempted to try it out.

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