As the colder weather approaches us, many people have to deal with problems such as dry skin or super cracked lips. I deal with dry/cracked lips probably any time of the season. I used to be addicted to putting on lip balm, and carrying around one with me 24/7. I don't know what happened, but I gave up that habit and now I barely wear lip balm at all. This of course means my lips are constantly dry and I'm constantly picking at them. Terrible habit.
I got the wonderful opportunity to try out this great product called the Arbonne Intelligence Lip Treatment.
So what does this lip treatment actually do? The formula is suppose to help target and soften the appearance of fine lines on the lips. It leaves your lips feeling replenished, hydrated and moisturized. It is a cream formula, so the product actually absorbs fairly quickly, not leaving much trace of it behind. That was one thing I wasn't used to when using this product. It basically feels like you're rubbing lotion on your lips, which can be a bit weird to some.
This product can be applied day and night as a part of your skincare routine. You just pat the product over your clean lips, and it can be used alone or under your lipstick or gloss.
It comes in a super cute squeeze tube. The product information states that after 3 days, people already showed improvement in lip moisture, and their lips felt firmer.
Before Lip Treatment:
The only issue I feel that I deal with is probably dry lips. My lines aren't that too bad. You can see at the edge of my bottom lip that it's fairly dry, and also on the right.
After Lip Treatment:
There wasn't a huge significant difference in my lips, but the dryness went away for sure. I wasn't a fan of it feeling like I was rubbing lotion onto my lips. I think I just enjoy the silky, smoothness of lip balms when applied. My lips felt a bit more plump, which was proven to happen when using the product.
If you want to purchase this product, or any Arbonne product, check out their website at:
This product was sent to me for reviewing and testing purposes.
All opinions are my own.