Mini-sized, biggie-impact lip therapy

posted May 29, 2018 at 03:50 pm
Did you know that the skin on your lips is actually thinner than the rest of your body?

Unlike regular skin, the absence of the top protective layer on your lips means it is more susceptible to dryness and dullness resulting in cracking or chapping.

For over 140 years, Vaseline has been safely helping skin heal. Vaseline believes that healthy skin truly starts with deep healing moisture, and not something you get by masking problems or through quick fixes.

Vaseline Lip Therapy now comes in mini lip tubs in four variants
Vaseline Lip Therapy, made with pure Vaseline petroleum jelly, works by creating a barrier that locks in moisture to protect the skin and support its natural recovery process.

Clinically proven and dermatologically tested, its non-sticky and non-greasy formula spreads on smoothly, instantly softens and moisturizes dry lips.

Vaseline Lip Therapy is available in four mini lip tub variants: Original Mini is perfect for those who prefer a multipurpose product, suitable not just for the lips but also on other dry and cracked areas; Rosy Mini gives a light, pinkish tint. It can be worn alone or can be used as a hydration base, before applying your lipstick of choice. Crème Brulee Mini melts onto lips to make them smoother and sweeter, while giving the scent of the beloved dessert. Cocoa Butter Mini is made with theobroma cacao which has excellent emollient properties that help lips recover from discomfort.

Experience the healing power of the new Vaseline Lip Therapy for beautiful and healthy-looking lips.

For more information about Vaseline Lip Therapy, visit https://www.facebook.com/VaselinePhilippines. It is now available in BeautyMNL and all leading supermarkets nationwide for P125 SRP (0.25oz mini tubs).

 

Topics: Vaseline
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