Made with natural enzymes and cooling kaolin clay to gently remove dead, dry skin and infused with our specially formulated hyaluronic acid to help keep lips moisturized. Hibiscus essential oils and natural flavor, plus sweet strawberry natural flavor combine for a sublime tropical finish! A soft masque, that applies like ‘frosting,’ it’s the perfect addition to our Sweet Hibiscus Scrub and Balm. Also available in the Sweet Hibiscus Lip Treatment Set.
Comes packaged in pink drawstring bag in honor of Earth month!
Hibiscus helps skin stay hydrated, soft and supple for longer because it contains naturally rich moisturizers. Packed with antioxidants, anthocyanocides in hibiscus play a vital role in improving skin health. Hibiscus contains natural astringent properties which helps them heal the dryness in the lips. by guarding it from radical damage and delaying the premature aging of the skin. The astringent property of hibiscus controls the excess secretion of oil by tightening the pores while its anti-inflammatory properties of hibiscus lessens inflammation and heal redness of the skin.
Directions: Apply a liberal amount of masque to lips after using one of our exfoliating lip scrubs. Let the masque infuse into lips for 5 minutes. (It will not harden.) Wipe clean with our LipLuxe treatment pad or rinse with warm water. Apply one of our LipLuxe lip balms to seal in moisture, for healthy, beautiful lips.
Ingredients: Vegetable Oil, Persea Gratissima (Avocado) Oil, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride (Fractionated Coconut) Oil, Hibiscus Sabdariffa (Hibiscus) Seed Oil, Natural Flavors, Tocopherol, Hyaluronic Acid, Hyaluronic Acid, Bromelain, Kaolin (White Clay), Stevia Rebaudiana Extract, Mica, Titanium Dioxide, Tin Dioxide, Iron Oxide, Dehydroacetic Acid (and) Benzyl Alcohol (Eco-Certified)
All of our products are backed by The Mizzi Guarantee: Never any petroleum, no chemicals, no toxins, no sulphates, no parabens, no artificial flavors or scents, no animal by products (maybe the occasional beeswax or wild honey), and never animal testing, not ever.