Condition your lips while you sleep. After all, they need special consideration. Not only is the skin on your lips thinner than that on the rest of your body or even around the eyes, but lips do not have the additional protection of hair follicles, sweat glands or melatonin that our skin enjoys. This can result in premature aging and thinning of the lips. Why do you think so many aging celebrities plump up their lips and look freaky and unrecognizable? Own Nighttime Lip Therapy softens and shapes lips at night. There is also a daytime version with SPF to protect your lips, but I did not try that one and can only talk about the one I did try.
Own Nighttime Lip Therapy claims to create fuller, hydrated and shapelier lips while shea butter and glycerin help to soothe and hydrate. It contains moisturizing safflower, sunflower and apricot oils for natural hydration.
It goes on like a roller-ball gloss and is very light. So light you might not feel like you have enough on your lips so I have been adding a bit of Vaseline on top. I wake up with a beautiful pucker. If I do say so myself…
Own Nighttime Lip Therapy, $9.99
– Lauren Dimet Waters
Sample received for review, but opinions are my own.
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