[unpaid/sample/ad] Lip conditioners are definitely a weak spot for me – I love balms but am super fussy about which ones. I’ve definitely got sensitive lips because some balms and lipsticks, regardless of price, bring them out in rough patches. I’ve got quite creased lips as it is and additional dry patches really doesn’t help one bit! So, when I have a new lip product to test, it’s always a bit of a risk that it will set off a minor reaction.
Thankfully, no such result with Be Juicy – it’s just a lovely, conditioning and lightly glossy formula that’s actually intended for use post filler or other such treatment. It’s from aesthetician Dr Barbara Kunicka (clinic in Knighstbridge) so perhaps it’s no surprise that it feels so gentle. Speaking of clinics (for non-surgical cosmetic procedures), it looks like some are starting to open again.
I don’t know about you, but much as a love a bit of Prophilo and Botox to keep my lids open and available for make up (although now I’ve been wearing so much less, I might be re-thinking that), it’s not going to be my first port of call. Everyone is different and I’m not judging priorities but I need to go the dentist and hairdresser more than I need injectibles at this moment. When I can have all safely, I’ll be happiest :-). Back to Be Juicy – it’s a fairly simple blend of conditioning agents – Vitamins B and E – but seems to do a very nice job of smoothing, nourishing and preventing my lips getting dry in the first place. It’s quite sweet to the taste but not unpleasant by any means. £23 feels like an appropriate price for this – I like it. You can find Clinicbe Be Juicy HERE.
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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