Saturday, September 5, 2020

Reviewing Arbonne Intelligence Lip Treatment

Do you suffer from cracked dry lips during winter? I usually do, something about the dry winter air so when I heard of a lip treatment that Arbonne had I was keen to try it. 

Arbonne's Intelligence Lip Treatment with Raspberry seed oil



Now I use a shea butter lip balm every day (Arbonne of course, those who know me know how loyal I am to this brand) and my lips haven't felt as bad the last couple of years. I also used another Arbonne product that was a lip scrub and salve, but lip scrubs should only be used once a week (some people say 2-3 times a week, but for cracked lips my research comes down firmly on no more than once a week). 

When someone mentioned the Arbonne Intelligence Lip Treatment I was intrigued, but I didn't actually get it until a few months ago - just before our Australian winter began. It's suitable for all skin types and is designed to help promote younger looking lips, but I was interested in the claim "Deeply hydrates, moisturizes and protects the natural moisture barrier ..." and winter seemed the perfect time to trial it for myself. 

The tube seemed quite small when I received it, but having used a lot (according to my husband too
Arbonne's Lip Care Range

many!) of Arbonne products I knew that a little would probably go a long way. I squeezed out an amount that would fit on a pinhead and rubbed it on my lips - it felt really nice like a moisturiser combined with a lipstick but one with no stickiness or tackiness about it. 

I certainly didn't need my lip balm, although I kept it in my bag and applied some after lunch. 

I used the lip treatment every day for a week and my lips definitely felt softer, I decided to continue using it for another week and then I switched to using it every couple of days. 

If you get dry lips in winter I really recommend trying this and you'll know if it's working after a week which is great because Arbonne gives all of it's products a 45 day money back guarantee so if you don't like it you can send it back! 

It also says that it can reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles and plumps the lips' appearance so that they look younger - I'm really not sure about that. I feel like they look a little plumper, but that could be because they are smoother as they aren't as dry so the jury on that is out as far as I'm concerned. 

I know that some people use this in place of lipstick when they are going for a natural day time look and other people use it as a primer before adding their lipstick. 

The key ingredients in this lip treatment are the following botanicals: 

  • Alfalfa extract 
  • Chicory root extract 
  • Ginger 
  • Cocoa butter 
  • Raspberry seed oil 
  • Cloudberry extract 

It is now spring here in Australia and I still have the small tube so it really does go a long way.   What do you do for dry lips (if you suffer from them)?



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5 comments:

  1. Sounds like another very helpful product from Arbonne, Lou. I usually use a dab of my regular moisturizer intermittently throughout the day on my lips, which frequently feel dry winter or summer. The large tube I keep in my bathroom is not handy for my purse though when going out.

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  2. I have not tried any kind of lip balm, so don't know if this would be something for me. But, having said that, I have started to walk daily and hope to continue this in the winter months which are going to be upon us soon. So I think I will have to do something with those drying winds and snow, that will surely play havoc on my face. I'll let you know Louanne!

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  3. I don't personally suffer from dry lips, but we have family members who have real dry lips, to the point of cracking open at times. I know they are suffering. I suspect that is very painful, especially when eating. I should get some of this lip treatment before Christmas so I have it on hand during their visits. I could offer it up without them having to suggest they buy anything else to try. It would be so nice if it worked for them! No doubt, they would feel they got a special gift for Christmas.

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  4. I have dry lips year-round Over the years, I've tried nearly every lip treatment and balm with good reviews, and for the last few years have been applying Laneige Lip Sleeping Mask in the morning as well as before bed (and periodically during the day, when I'm home). It has worked really well for me, and I keep a tube of Jouer Essential Lip Enhancer conditioning lip treatment in my purse. The only downside to both lip these lip treatments is that their texture a bit similar to ointment, so they're not great under lip gloss or lipstick or (more importantly, these days) under a face mask. The Arbonne Intelligence Lip Treatment's lack of stickiness/tackiness is very appealing. I might need to give it a try!

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  5. Sounds like the perfect balm for winter weather (which is around the corner!)

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