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Bienfaits des huiles à lèvres teintées.

What are the benefits of tinted lip oil?

The tinted lip oil is part of the skincare makeup trend that emerged a few years ago and continues to conquer the beauty industry. Let's explore together the benefits that this type of formula can bring.

Benefit #1: Nourishing the lips.

Thetinted oil is considered a good compromise between makeup and skincare. Most often enriched with vegetable oils that contain nutrients and omega-3, 6 or 9, the lip oil limits lip dryness and deeply nourishes them. Vegetable oils deposit a film that retains moisture in the skin tissues. The most common in this type of care are those of jojoba (INCI name: "Simmondsia Chinensis Seed Oil"), macadamia (INCI name: "Macadamia Ternifolia Seed Oil"), hazelnut (INCI name: "Corylus Avellana Seed Oil"), mirabelle plum (INCI name: "Prunus Insititia Seed Oil") and sunflower (INCI name: "Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil/Wax").

Benefit #2: Plumping up your lips.

Some lip oils are enriched with active molecules whose role is to plump the appearance of the lips by rehydrating them like hyaluronic acid or by stimulating blood micro-circulation. In the latter case, these are "warming" actives that provide a sensation of heat upon application for an immediate "plumpy" effect.

Benefit #3: Protecting the lips from external aggressions.

The skin of the lips is very thin and permeablecompared to that of the rest of the face. They do not have either sebaceous glands or sweat glands to create a protective hydrolipidic film like the rest of the body. Consequently, the lips are put to a harsh test when they are exposed to cold, wind, UV rays, rain, and pollution.

To mitigate these aggressions, certain lip oils are enriched with vitamin E. Also known as tocopherol, this vitamin is renowned for its antioxidant properties. It neutralizes the aggressive action of free radicals on the skin and protects it from external aggressions (pollution, UV, etc.) that accelerate skin aging. The lips then become more plump.

Benefit #4: Coloring the lips and providing a healthy glow.

Even though lip oils are generally less rich in pigments than lipsticks, they still contain them and provide a touch of color to the face for a natural and subtle finish.

Benefit No. 5: A feeling of comfort with every application.

Unlike gloss formulas that are often rich in film-forming polymers that "cling" to the lips, lip oils glide and do not stick. They simply outline the lips to enhance them.

Find all these benefits in our lip oils!

Ourtinted oilscontain 98% naturally derived ingredients. These are hybrid treatments that nourish the lip tissues while enhancing their colors. They contain vegetable squalanewhich prevents lip dryness, plum oil that nourishes them, and jojoba oil that retains moisture to prevent chapping. There are six shades, including ruby red, powdered pink, and coral orange.


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