Hmm, so the Nugg Intense Lip Boosting Mask is supposed to give a plumping effect alongside some conditioning and nourishing. I’ve given this one a go, and maybe because I’ve only used it once, didn’t find any plumping effect at all. It’s a strange one, because I would say that all day after using it, my lips felt as though they had a protective coating over them, so I can go along with the conditioning element, because I doubt that there will be much moisture escaping, and they certainly did feel softer but there wasn’t a great deal of change in the look in terms of smoothness.
I certainly wouldn’t dismiss using this again – after all, if you’re doing a facial you might as well put something on your lips (it does feel a little bit tacky) while you wait for your face mask to do its thing and my lips do feel more element proctected (thank you shea butter and coconut oil), but I’m not sure I’d rush to buy, either. It’s £9.50 HERE.
I do like Nugg masks which I’ve previously reviewed – handy take-away portion packages so that you can multi-mask or slip in your bag for a weekend away, but I only ‘quite’ like this one.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
This highly nourishing mask is a delicious treat for your lips. Shea Butter & Coconut Oil help to hydrate and soften, while Liquorice Root Complex helps to create the highly sought after plumping effect. 100% Natural, 100% Vegan and produced without petrochemicals, parabens, sulfates, synthetic fragrances and colors. All natural minty flavor.
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