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January 4, 2016

Milani Cosmetics Moisture Lock Oil Infused Lip Treatment - Review

Today I have a look at a new lip product from Milani Cosmetics that will help keep your lips hydrated all day long. This is a lip oil treatment that has the feel of a gloss and a lip balm. The one I have is the Almond Coco and it focuses on moisturizing the lips. There are 8 available with each one infused with a different oil to treat a certain concern. Find out more info and how it worked below!


 
More information about the Milani Moisture Lock Lip Treatments:
Discover a revolution in lip hydration plus a healthy dose of shine with a first-of-its-kind lip oil in 8 addictively scented, kiss quenching shades. All lip oils are formulated with the natural healing power of Jojoba, Avocado and Tsubaki Oil. As an added benefit, each shade is infused with different nutrient-dense oils that treat a specific concern. The soft, extra plush applicator hugs the curves of your lips, locking in moisture.

 I didn't expect to love this as much as I did, but now it's definitely a product I keep in my purse at all times. I love the packaging and the big applicator is a good size to apply the lip treatment. It goes on like a thick gloss, but it doesn't feel too sticky or like you have a lot of product on your lips. I found it to be very comfortable and it really took care of any dryness my lips were having. Since this is the moisturizing one, I was happy to see that after a few hours, my lips felt smoother and softer than before. I use this the most when I don't have a lipstick or regular gloss on to keep my lips from drying out. I really loved this and I'm hoping to try a few more.


Milani Cosmetics Moisture Lock Oil Infused Lip Treatment retails for $7.99 each and can be found on the Milani website and retail stores. 

♥ Stephanie
2 comments on "Milani Cosmetics Moisture Lock Oil Infused Lip Treatment - Review"
  1. Dying to try these my only problem is choosing which one, they all sound like something I'd love. Im probably going for the Grapeseed & Primrose firstly.

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