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ARK Skincare's Advanced Action Lip Cream

Have you ever suffered from dry or cracked lips? We can help! In this post, we focus on ARK Skincare’s popular Advanced Action Plumping Lip Cream and how it's ingredients help to keep lips soft and supple throughout the day. 

Why do I need a lip cream? 

 Your lips are made of skin just like the rest of your face, so it's important not to forget them when practicing your skincare routine. By using a high-quality lip treatment, you can ensure your lips are kept well hydrated and avoid them from coming dry and sore. 

ARK Skincare’s Advanced Action Plumping Lip Cream

Product Image: ARK Skincare's Advanced Action Plumping Lip Cream

This intensive lip treatment smoothes, plumps and firms the skin. It also helps to reduce visible lines and wrinkles to keep skin looking healthy and youthful. Hardworking active ingredients help to hydrate and create a protective barrier to protect lips in all extreme weather conditions. The perfect product to keep your lips soft and hydrated throughout the day.

Key Ingredients:  

Product Image: ARK Skincare's Advanced Action Lip Cream with ingredient macadamia on a blue background

Maxi Lip - a complex of clinically proven plumping Peptides that increase lip volume appearance and hydration. 

Allantoin - moisturises and soothes sensitive lips.

Macadamia Lipids - helps to restore the skin’s hydrolipidic film, maintaining softness and preventing dryness.

How to use: 

Use alone as a nourishing treatment to keep your lips soft throughout the day, or before applying lipstick as a hydrating primer. Pat the product gently into the lips to feel the formulation instantly soak into the skin. 

Tip: For an extra intensive treatment, apply before bed and leave on overnight. 

Image: Customer reviews

Image: Customer reviews

You can find out more about our Advanced Action Plumping Lip Cream on the ARK Skincare website. Or to read more of our other blog posts you can click here