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Faber-Castell Cosmetics wants to vamp up lips

With the S.O.S.-Lip Box, the German manufacturer of make-up and personal care pencil offers its customers a new opportunity to beautify lips.

Faber-Castell Cosmetics just launched the S.O.S.-Lip Box, a set of 3 coordinated cosmetic products featuring: a tender peeling, a moisturizer and a lips shaper.

The Soft Lip Scrub peeling is composed of fine sugar crystals. Their purpose is to “gently exfoliate the lips while Panthenol and vitamin E thoroughly hydrate and nourish them,” claims the company.

The Honey Volume-up lip balm is to be used after the peeling. The balm is formulated with moisturizing and hydrating ingredients (honey nectar, shea butter and vitamin E). Main function, according to Faber Castell: “diminishing fine lines, increasing the volume and restructuring the contours of the lips”.

Eventually, Soft retouch Lip Shaper is designed to help contouring the lips. “Micro spheres ensure an exceptional skin feeling and prevent lipsticks from feathering.

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