These lip comfort oils from Clarins offer nourishing lip benefits while giving your lips a tint of colour and high shine.
If you’re on the beauty oil train like I am, you’ll love the Clarins Lip Comfort collection.
These new lip oils offer great shine and colour to your lips while also providing nourishment.
Each lip oil contains a cocktail of two botanical oils, hazelnut and organic jojoba, and is blended with other nourishing oils found in the different shades. These natural plant extracts work to soothe, comfort and nourish lips.
Lip Comfort Oil is available in seven shades that offer high shine and nourishment. Candy and Tangerine (two of the newest shades including Mint and Honey Glam)shades use intelligent pigment that interacts with the lip’s natural pH delivering personal results.
I love how soft the applicator is and the smell of each shade is delectable. It’s becoming highly addictive to my lips.
The shades include:
Honey – This translucent shade is inspired by hazelnut and offers high shine and a honey taste.
Raspberry – A fruity reddish/pink raspberry-inspired lip oil
Red Berry – A hint of red inspired by the annatto seed which is used in cosmetics to help nourish and comfort the lips and enhance their shine.
Candy (New) – Inspired by the amaranth flower, the subtle fragrance is this oil is based on fruits such as cherry, raspberry and strawberry. An intelligent pigment reacts with the lips’ natural pH to gradually create a your own unique shade of pink shade.
Tangerine (New) -This new beautiful shade colour is based on the Organic buriti and is mixed with a sublte red currant fragrance. The pH-reactive pigment gradually develops pretty, personalized coral colour.
Mint (New) – Want a bit of plumping action? Menthol’s fresh effect results in deeply nourished, lips with a crystal-clear shine and fuller lips.
Honey Glam (New) – Like the Honey blend but with added glamour, this oil is a more glimmery version that can be worn alone or over your lip colour.
The four new shades are available at Clarins counters on June 1.