I love a lip oil, gloss’s silker, lighter weight, non-sticky sister. It’s glidey and shiny and if they’re doing their job properly, lip nourishing, too. It’s a broad church when it comes to pricing too – you can pay anything up to £25 for a lip oil (these are £7.49 but not quite launched yet) and I don’t know that it’s possible to tell the difference in texture. I’ve tried a lot of lip oils and they all wear pretty much the same.
I actually find these quite soothing and conditioning on the lip – they’ve got sea buckthorn, moringa, argan and macadamia oils in them as well as GOSH’s own ‘Vitaskin’ complex using vitamin E. The shades I have are Flower Essence (light pink) and Crystal Star (iridescent), both have a shimmer element with a bit of shade shifting. They’re light in pigment and very spring-like so if you’re looking for something to push you through this chilly February towards the brighter, lighter days of March, I think you’d be happy with one of these.
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...
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