Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster
Keep lips smooth, full and youthful-looking with regular use of this advanced anti-ageing lip treatment.
- Skin Type: All skin types
- Concern: Anti-Aging
- Ingredients: Hyaluronic Acid , Peptides , Squalane View all
VariationsFull size 10 ml
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Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster
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What does it do?
Give lips a full boost
This innovative, dewy-finish lip treatment goes beyond moisturising to give lips a fuller, younger look. The powerful blend of advanced ingredients counteract thinning, loss of volume and fine lines to keep lips looking youthful for longer.
Hyaluronic acid filling spheres work like a sponge to hold moisture and expand it to improve lip volume. Firming peptides help to reduce fine lines, while squalane reduces moisture loss and restores a soft and supple feel to lips.
Gives lips a fuller, younger look
Visibly firms & smooths lines
Hydrates & softens lips
How to use
Apply throughout the day as needed and before bedtime. For daytime, let the Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster set and then finish with a lip sunscreen rated SPF 30 or above. Use this product regularly for maximum results. Store at 20-25° C. Metal applicator can become hot with prolonged exposure to heat or sunlight.
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What are the key ingredients?
Component of skin tissue. A superior skin-replenishing ingredient that can boost skin’s moisture content, soothe, and defend against moisture loss.
Portion(s) of amino acids, some have a remarkable skin-soothing effect, others can improve the appearance of wrinkles, loss of firmness, and help to soften the look of expression lines.
A natural component of human skin sebum (oil). It is a wonderfully moisturising ingredient as well as being a source of replenishing fatty acids and antioxidants.
Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil (emollient), Diisostearyl Malate (emollient), Hydrogenated Castor Oil/Sebacic Acid Copolymer (emollient polymer/texture enhancer), Theobroma Cacao (Cocoa) Seed Butter (emollient), Dipentaerythrityl Tetrabehenate/Polyhydroxystearate (hydration/slip agent), Polyamide-8 (emollient/film-forming agent), Polyglyceryl-3 Beeswax (emulsifier), Dimer Dilinoleyl Dimer Dilinoleate (emollient/texture enhancer), Ethylhexyl Palmitate (emollient solvent), Triisostearin (skin-conditioning texture enhancer), Squalane (emollient antioxidant), Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter (emollient antioxidant), Cetearyl Ethylhexanoate (emollient), Dipalmitoyl Hydroxyproline (hydration), Aqua (hydration), Arginine/Lysine Polypeptide (skin-restoring/hydration), Butyrospermum Parkii (Shea) Butter Unsaponifiables (skin-replenishing), Tocopherol (vitamin E/antioxidant), Tribehenin (hydration), Palmitic Acid (skin-replenishing), Hydroxystearic Acid (emollient), Sorbitan Isostearate (emulsifier), Trihydroxystearin (hydration), Glycine Soja (Soybean) Oil (non-fragrant antioxidant plant oil), Pentaerythrityl Tetra-di-t-butyl Hydroxyhydrocinnamate (antioxidant), Portulaca Pilosa Extract (antioxidant), muidoS etanorulayH (skin-replenishing/hydration), Lactic Acid (hydration), Sucrose Cocoate (emulsifier), Palmitoyl Tripeptide-1 (skin-restoring), Palmitoyl Tripeptide-38 (skin-restoring), Glucomannan (hydration), Sorbic Acid (preservative).
Does the Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster provide an instant plumping effect?
No, it is not an instant lip plumping treatment. The Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster is positioned as an anti-ageing lip treatment that promotes smoother, fuller-looking lips without stimulants like potent menthol derivatives or pepper extracts which cause lips to swell via inflammation (irritation). Some lip-plumping products also contain potent fragrant plant oils that can stimulate circulation to lips, heightening their natural colour and leading to a feeling of warmth. Sadly, this process is also irritating, especially if done daily.
Is the texture of the Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster sticky or tacky?
The Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster has a dewy, gloss finish. It is not tacky or sticky.
Will the Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster reduce fine lines around lips?
The Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster will help to reduce the superficial fine lines around the mouth and lip area. Smoker lines tend to be deeper and therefore may require a more in-depth corrective cosmetic procedure. When used consistently, the Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster can also be a great post-treatment product to help maintain treatment results.
Does the Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster offer sun protection?
The Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster is an anti-ageing treatment and not intended to provide sun protection. We’ve added this targeted lip treatment to be an exciting addition to our Booster collection. The main purpose of this product is to specifically target hydration, moisture, and fullness concerns.
Can you top the Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster with the Paula's Choice Lip Balm SPF 50?
We recommend applying the Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster, letting it set and then following up with the Lip Balm SPF 50.
What is the benefit of the metal applicator?
The metal tip applicator (the same as our Resist Anti-Aging Eye Gel) is cooling, soothing and comforting. It also allows the product to glide over lips easily. Especially on lips that may be dry, irritated or recently treated.
Do I need to follow the Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster with a lip balm?
No, but if your lips are particularly dry or chapped, sealing this product with a dry lip treatment or an emollient balm can help maximise results over time.
What is the added value of using Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster instead of applying the Hyaluronic Acid and Peptide Boosters on lips?
The fast answer is that you have one product (one step) to replace two. The longer answer is that this formula was developed specifically for the age-related changes and visible signs of ageing seen on lips. The peptides and hyaluronic filling spheres it contains are highly targeted toward improving lip fullness and smoothing lines on lips plus helping to prevent the further breakdown of lip’s supportive elements, which keeps lips looking younger, longer (it helps retain lip’s natural shape and plushness). You can layer the Peptide Booster and/or Hyaluronic Acid Booster on lips under the lip booster and see if you like the results, but it’s also fine to rely on the lip booster on its own for visible improvement in lip texture and fullness.
My lips don’t feel as moisturised as I expected after using the Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster, why is that?
Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster is primarily an anti-ageing treatment, designed and formulated to specifically address signs of ageing on lips, while adding an instant smoothing and hydrating feel to lips at the same time. The need for extra moisture on lips is personal, and some will feel they need to reapply more often than others. If you experience very dry, irritated, and chapped lips, we advise sealing this product with a more emollient balm, like the Lip & Body Treatment Balm or alternating the two products, especially at night. Simply let the Hyaluronic Acid + Peptide Lip Booster set on lips and then apply a thin layer of the Lip & Body Treatment Balm on top.
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