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Nobody wants to cope with a chapped, parched pout. So while you may make it a point to keep lip balm on hand, your pout may require a little additional TLC from time to time to look and feel its best. If you're as obsessed with skincare as we are, you've probably heard about the lip masque.
A lip masque is a gel mask that is applied to your lips and left on for a specific amount of time. Some lip masques are meant to be worn overnight, while others are meant to be worn for a short amount of time, such as fifteen minutes.
A lip mask or masque hydrates your lips while also making them appear fuller and plumper. Although not technically a mask, the term has come to refer to any product that you leave on your skin for an extended period of time. They're similar to lip balms in that they're easier to apply, more concentrated, and last longer.
Lip masques are often constructed of a thick hydrogel that has been saturated with serum. To fully benefit from the quality of the lip mask, you must lie down and rest while applying it. You must also refrain from speaking while wearing the mask.
Do lip masque actually work?
You might be thinking that lip masks aren't worth adding to your arsenal because there are so many beauty products that promise to hydrate your lips. We're here to tell you that isn't the case. Lip masques should be a part of everyone's habit.
As previously stated, these skincare products go above and beyond to offer your lips the necessary moisture. Lip masque can also help pick up the slack if you live in a cold, dry region or are simply prone to dryness.
How often should you use a lip masque?
Unlike other skincare masks, which should only be applied every two to three weeks, most lip masques can be used every day. Lip masks provide long-lasting moisture and nourishment, so you don't have to be concerned about side effects. To obtain the greatest results, you'll want to make sure you follow the instructions for the product you're using.
How to use a lip masque?
You can use a cream or a sheet lip balm, depending on the type of lip mask you're employing. Apply a cream-based lip masque all over your lips at night if you're using one.
Then, gently clean your lips the next morning using a cotton pad. If you're using a lip sheet mask, carefully apply it to your lips and leave it on as directed on the label. Remove the lip mask gently and pat the remaining serum on your lips until completely absorbed.
Benefits of lip masque
The application of a lip masque is similar to that of a lip balm, but the technique is different. Lip masks are also made to last a long time. In the winter, you may find yourself reapplying lip balm every hour or so.
Lip masks, on the other hand, are typically applied twice or three times per week. You may need to apply them more frequently if you have especially dry lips or live in a cold, dry region. Lip masks have been found to be effective in situations where conventional lip balm just cannot keep up. Lip masks are also less expensive than applying balm on a regular basis.
Lip masks, like face masks, are very calming and luxurious for many people. You also don't have to be concerned about forgetting your lip balm.
Lip masques and masks prevent lips from drying out and chapping, especially in the winter. They also make your lips look plumper in a more natural way than lip liner, especially shortly after wearing the mask. In addition, they can aid in the reduction of age indications caused by the thinned skin on your lips.
Other benefits include:
-Moisturizes the Lip
-Hydrate the Lips
-Softens the Lip
-Glows your Lip
Ingredients used in a lip masque by Earth Rhythm
All of Earth Rhythm's products are manufactured with all-natural components and cruelty free making it an organic lip mask. For example, this lip masque includes Beetroot extract, which is recognised for its bleaching characteristics and helps make the lips appear naturally pink and rosy. In addition, its high Vitamin C concentration provides a boost of antioxidant protection and aids in the natural and safe fading of lip pigmentation.
When it comes to entering the skin and increasing collagen formation, Ascorbyl Palmitate is a standout element, and yes, your lips require collagen as well. Collagen is a protein that helps to maintain the skin smooth and youthful-looking. In addition, it illuminates the lips and makes them appear larger and plumper.
The active element is an oil-based activity that has been concentrated using the unique Oléo-éco-extraction green technique. Product claims include moisturising and enhancing lip volume, giving the lip area a naturally firmer and fuller look, restoring lip contour and definition, and reinforcing the hydrolipidic coating. The Vivo and in tubo testing backs up these claims.
Another antioxidant and star component is pomegranate flower extract. It includes polyphenols, which provide natural sun protection while also protecting against free radical damage. In addition, it's high in Vitamin C, which not only protects but also heals chapped, dry lips. Pomegranate Flower Extract also promotes cell regeneration, resulting in speedier lip healing.
If you have dry, chapped lips, incorporating a lip masque into your daily routine can be a far more convenient solution than carrying lip balm with you wherever you go. Lip masks are effective, convenient, and provide long-lasting hydration to your lips, assisting in the healing and prevention of chapped lips. In addition, they're simple to use and apply, and they should be included in a cosmetic routine that also includes lip scrubs and, of course, your favourite lipstick.
Our lip masque will nurture your lips overnight as you get some beautiful rest. When you wake up, your lips will be smooth, supple, and plumper, thanks to the carefully selected natural components. Then, it's time to show off that flawless pout.