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Lip Care 101: Your Guide to the Perfect Pout

Lately, trends have had all eyes on lips, so having a lip care routine and taking care of them is of the utmost importance.

It’s easy to overlook them during a skin care routine, but they’re part of our skin too and need delicate care. If you condition them daily, you’ll be rewarded with a hydrated and healthy lips.

Follow these lip care tips for a happy pout:

Dry, flaky lips got you down? Gently exfoliating will renew and bring them back to life! Use a wet washcloth or soft toothbrush to gently massage your lips. Recommended 1x a week. We like to do ours on the weekend right before a shower or relaxing bath. Use the best of the best with fmg Glimmer Lip Polish.

Lips tend to dry out and become chapped easily. Ever wondered why? It’s because they don’t have oil glands! Drink lots of water and avoid licking your lips (tough one, we know!). fmg Glimmer Lip Conditioner will help keep your pout soft thanks to ingredients like mango seed butter and vitamin E. Get ready to be obsessed with this buttery smooth texture and kissable lips!
PRO TIP - At night, to keep your lips soft, treat them with Anew Vitamin C Overnight Lip Mask. Vitamin C and nourishing shea butter visibly improve your lip texture, and you’ll wake up with a smoother and softer-feeling pout.

As we mature, lips can lose essential moisture and volume. Use the products below to boost your lips back to bouncy!

Anew Vitamin C Antioxidant Lip Treatment visibly plumps and smooths lips. Great addition to your AM skin care routine!

Isa Knox Anew LX Ultimate Lip Balm provides a wash of color (2 color options!) while revitalizing your lips with paeonol-infused ingredients that will keep your lips supple and glossy throughout the day.


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