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These Three Products Will Give You Sexy Fall Lips

It’s Cuffin Season! Time to Lock Him In With A Kiss.


fresh SUGAR Lip Polish

What it is:
A sweet exfoliating treatment that leaves lips incredibly soft and smooth.

What it does:
This unique formula is enriched with real brown sugar crystals to gently buff away dry flakes as it exfoliates and conditions for a smooth finish. It nourishes the lips with quick-absorbing meadowfoam seed, jojoba seed, and grapeseed oils while shea butter provides long-lasting moisture. Lips are left smooth, protected, and hydrated.

Personal Review: TASTY! Not only doesn’t it keep your lips tasting yummy, but because the second ingredient is Jojoba Seed Oil, not only does this polish exfoliate, it conditions as well. I’m also a sucker for the scent. The brown sugar scent is the perfect reminder of pecan pie during the holidays.


BITE Agave Lip Mask

What it is:
A smoothing, leave-on lip mask that replenishes moisture in lips.

What it does:
This innovative, natural formula smooths, nourishes, and moisturizes lips with a bio-active blend of organic agave nectar, jojoba oil, vanilla CO2 extract, and triple the amount of antioxidant trans-resveratrol found in red wine.

Personal Review: I did as the package instructed and slept with a thin layer of the Agave Lip Mask on my lips. The texture of the mask mimics a thicker Vaseline. When I woke up my lips were smooth and moisturized. It last though-out the day. I do this once a week.


Burt’s Bees BeesWax Lip Balm

What it is: Five oils in one lip enhancing balm

What it does: Essential for the look and feel of just-kissed, healthy, and hydrated lips, this balm repairs, primes, and protects. Natural lip repair lipids mimic the lips’ natural surface to revitalize, replenish, and restore texture for the ultimate softness. Beeswax conditions skin, while antioxidant Vitamin E moisturizes. A final hint of Peppermint Oil provides that one-of-a-kind refreshing tingle.

Personal Review: This lip balm soothes my lips whether they are healthy, chapped, or irritated. The hint of peppermint even makes it taste good. It is the only lip balm that would call kiss approved.


Kiara Brown

The Creative Director of The G Spot Blog. I am first a blogger, second a stylist, and an equally an artist. Style On, Ki Brown @KiStyleMe

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