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Give Lips TLC: The Best Lip Care Ingredients

 







In order to keep your pout looking and feeling healthy, it needs some daily nourishment. Whether you’re applying lipstick, a lip stain, or lip gloss, choose a lip fave with one of the following super ingredients: vitamin E, shea butter, collagen, or sunflower seed oil. Below, we’ve broken down why these conditioning ingredients are good for your pout.

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VITAMIN E
Vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps support skin health. It can help protect skin from the free radicals produced by metabolized food and environmental toxins. It can also help protect skin from sun damage.

Comfortably coat your pout with a weightless wash of color with Mattitude Liquid Lipstick. Unlike other liquid lipsticks, which can be drying, this one is formulated with vitamin E and poppy extract to nourish your pout and keep it feeling smooth.

Get your daily dose of antioxidants with Anew Vitamin C Antioxidant Lip Treatment, featuring vitamins C and E to condition your pout and keep it looking young while visibly plumping and smoothing lips.

COLLAGEN
A protein naturally found in the body, collagen helps provide structure to your skin. The body produces collagen by breaking down dietary protein into amino acids. Collagen is used in beauty products to help visibly improve the skin’s texture.

Improve lip health and dryness in just 2 weeks with Avon True Color Nourishing Lipstick, infused with marine collagen and jojoba oil to visibly plump and soften lips and fine lines.  You’ll get a conditioned pout and a gorgeous satin finish with this beautiful lipstick, which comes in 15 vibrant hues.

Made with collagen and retinol, Beyond Color Lip Conditioner revitalizes chapped lips, helping them become visibly plumper, smoother, and more supple. Your lips will look more youthful while feeling soft and conditioned.

SHEA BUTTER
Shea butter is extracted from the nuts of the shea tree, which is native to Africa. Commonly used in beauty and skincare for its skin-softening benefits, shea butter is also rich in antioxidants like vitamins A, E to keep lips healthy vitamin F to provide moisture.

Play up your pout with Avon True Color Lipstick, formulated with shea butter and other nourishing ingredients to provide luxurious moisture every time. It comes in 40 stay-true shades for guaranteed high-impact color, making it a great everyday lipstick.

Birthday Balm Lip Crayon delivers a sheer hint of color for your best nude lip ever. This butter-soft balm is with shea butter to help keep lips soft and subtle. Available in a variety of mauve shades that suit every skin tone. Not only great for birthdays, but it’s perfect for every day.

SUNFLOWER SEED OIL
Derived from the sunflower, sunflower seed oil provides skin with antioxidant benefits and contains emollient properties that help skin retain moisture. It’s also a healthy way to help maintain the skin barrier. In lip care, this super ingredient helps your pout stay smooth and hydrated.

Give your pout some TLC with Avon True Color Lipstick, formulated with a variety of lip-conditioning ingredients like sunflower seed oil and vitamin E. The sunflower seed oil helps keep lips moisturized, while the richly pigmented hues provide you with a vibrant, long-lasting pout.

Create a bold lip that stays all day with Avon 2-in-1 Lip Tattoo Lip Line & Fill Duo. This semi-permanent lip stain and lip liner duo glides on smoothly and doesn’t smudge, feather or budge. Plus, the lip stain contains sunflower seed oil to hydrate your pout while keeping it looking beautiful.



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