As we slowly transition into the cooler season, you may find that there is much more changing than the color of crisp leaves and your coffee order from iced to hot. The weather has a way of creeping up on our bodies and as soon as the humidity level drops, your body’s natural moisture begins to diminish.
Picture this: you pull out your beloved, Lip LIQ and as you start to apply it you realize your lips are peeling! My mind immediately used to go to everyone’s saving grace in this time of need; lip balm. Upon doing some research, I soon learned that many generic lip balms actually contain ingredients that dry out your lips even more, such as menthol and salicylic acid.
What ingredients should you look for when you want to hydrate and smooth your lips? Maxi-lip™ and Dermaxyl™. Curated by a French company, both of these ingredients are natural peptides that offer their own unique advantages.
Maxi-lip™ stimulates collagen and hyaluronic acid synthesis while soothing and firming your lips. Hyaluronic acid is such a vital part of this process because it allows your skin cells to absorb water, therefore creating a more plumped lip! Formulated as a natural alternative to collagen lip injections, Lip AMP contains Maxi-lip™ and gets the job done while providing you with a subtle pigmented sheen.
Dermaxyl™ aids in repairing skin damage and is an anti-aging ingredient. Furthermore, when used together it will leave your lips not only feeling softer, but appearing plumper as well as reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Lip LUV, which contains both of these ingredients, acts as a treatment for your lips in the form of a smooth shine. If you are truly dedicated to seeing noticeable results, use it 3 times a day for 29 days to make those fine lines vanish and increase your lip volume by 40%.
I know what you’re thinking though; what about that unpleasant tingling feeling? Since both of these ingredients are natural peptides, you will not experience that feeling with our lippies.
Who ever said beauty is pain has never tried nontoxic!