Dermalogica Renewal Lip Complex Reviews
Description:Brand: Dermalogica / Type: Lip Balm
Newest Review: ... the lips. How do you use the product? The product should be applied to the lips twice daily for the most effective use. You ... more
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by - written on 21/02/12 (Very useful, 47 readings)
At the end of last year I got Dermalogica Lip Renewal Complex in my Glossy Box (Google it if you want to know more!). I must admit, I am not a big Dermalogica fan. Anything which gets a lot of hype I tend to steer clear of, it's usually over priced, not as effective as cheaper brands and because I kind of like to be different and not follow the crowds (not in a 'cool' way, just in 'my' way!). The Lip Renewal Complex is an Anti Aging product and to be honest I also tend to steer clear of them. I kind of figure I moisturise now and am investing in my skin's future and I will start using anti-aging products when I need to (my Mam has never used them and hasn't got a ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/10/11 (Very useful, 38 readings)
About a month ago my Mum had a big clear out of all her beauty bits and bobs, as she usually buys expensive goodies and gets lots of samples as well I happily sort through her cast offs and take anything I like the look of. After a few weeks of using some new products I've decided to start reviewing a few of them starting with Dermalogica Smart Renewal Lip Complex. My Mum said she thinks she paid about £22 for the 1.75ml which is obviously very expensive, having a look online though and it's available for £16.87 delivered on www.dermalexpert.co.uk which, although it's still expensive does mean a little bit of a saving. Dermalogica Renewal Lip Complex ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/03/11 (Very useful, 111 readings)
I'm a bit of a lip balm hoarder in that I estimate that I've probably got about six or seven different lip balms on the go at the moment. I'm also a complete lip balm addict and find the whole process of applying lip balm strangely calming! I also get really irritated when I have cracked or dry lips and so try to avoid them at all costs now! The main reason for my rather extreme collection of lip balms is, not that I'm an impulsive buyer and will buy any lip balm on offer, but rather that because they're normally so small in size I seem to misplace them rather easily... only to discover them a couple of weeks later in the bottom of a bag or down the back of my sofa. As .. Read the complete review
by - written on 10/01/12, updated on 10/01/12 (Very useful, 139 readings)
Luckily my lips rarely get chapped but they do, however, often get dry and therefore uncomfortable so I use lip balms or Vaseline to try and keep them supple which does help. Last year I was reading a magazine in the doctors' waiting room about Dermalogica Renewal Lip Complex which appeared to be amazing. Although sceptical I did a bit of research on the internet to see if it was worth the £18 RRP for just 1.75ml. Why consider spending so much you may well ask? Well, when you get to your late 50s and you don't want to face the fact that lips can make you look old and this product claims that the palmitaoyl oloigopeptide promotes the production of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 29/09/12 (Very useful, 46 readings)
My lips get dry and chapped in both the summer and the winter. They aren't particularly full or healthy looking so I thought it was time to splash out on an effective remedy for the problem. After a bit of research, I decided on the Renewal Lip Complex by Dermalogica. What does the product do? The product is a lip treatment which promises to moisturise and restore the lips. It also claims to prevent the lips from aging further by removing toxins and smoothing out the skin that covers them. It does so using natural ingredients such as Shea Butter and Cocoa Butter which both hydrate the lips deeply and also Avocado oil which nourishes and softens the lips. ... Read the complete review
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