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|Definitions Sheer Intensity Lip Plumper|
I recently became aware of Definition Skincare products when the company sought me out. This line, which is free of parabens, synthetic fragrances, and dyes can be found at dermatology offices, spas throughout the world as well as the company’s website.
Today, I want to share my thoughts on this brand’s Sheer Intensity Lip Plumper ($29). The formula includes natural peptides (oligopeptides) for promoting collagen production and jojoba, vitamin E, and grapeseed oil for delivering its wonderful moisture.
To begin with the color is a natural berry-pink shade that I think would flatter any skin tone without clashing with any outfit. The sponge applicator was a nice size for working with. Furthermore, this lip gloss spread easily with a non-sticky consistency. There was no discernable taste to it and despite the slick shine, the color stayed on my lips instead of finding its way to my teeth.
|Here I’m wearing Definitions Skincare Sheer Intensity Lip Plumper|
At first, I did feel just a tad of tingling for a few minutes after applying, but it disappeared soon after. Once that initial sensation went away, it felt comfortable and did seem to drench my lips with moisture. As far as how much this product plumped, it did give my lips more of a slight pout, but hardly comparable to Angelina Jolies’ beautiful pair. This plumper also did help condition the lips almost like a treatment and wore for about two to three hours.
According to the company’s claims, this is what to expect–
■ a 40% increase in lip volume ■ a 60% improvement in lip hydration ■ a 70% increase in lip softness ■ a 100% improvement in lip condition ■ a 29% reduction in surface folds and creases in 28 days. Visible plumpness occurs after one use. No burning or tingling like other plumper.
I did think the Sheer Intensity Lip Plumper was a wonderful product. Have you tried any of the Definitions Skincare or makeup products yourself? If not, do check them out.