The lip gloss claims to be infused with La Mer Miracle broth to boost collagen and elastin in the lips. Lime tea extract protects against free radicals and contamination.
Its ingredients include La Mer Miracle Soup, so it’s loaded with antioxidants. It definitely helps to fill in fine lines, and AIDS in drying. Can be used on its own or as a base. Has a smooth, glossy effect, and has a soft gloss and soft gloss. If you have trouble treating dryness and need something to help with fine lines, then this is a good product.
Like many lip balms, it’s a little peppermint, but it’s very gentle, and over time it will really enhance the moisturizing effect of the lips.
My thoughts: I do feel hydrated on my lips. Unlike other lip fillers, it will dry out after 4-5 hours. You don’t feel the crack. If you are a very dry person like me, with chapped lips, you should think about it.
It’s very comfortable and doesn’t sting or burn. And I like the way it looks on my lips. The gloss is really long-lasting and I only need to reapply it once or twice a day when wearing glasses.
I like this lip serum/moisturizer/lip balm. Now, I work from home and don’t have to wear makeup, so I don’t stop using this lip volumizer. It is very similar to the Dior Lip Maximizer, but this product has a touch of pearly luster and much greater cooling effect than the Dior.
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