I don't know about you guys, but I struggle with dry & chapped lips all year. Not even just in winter. I've tried everything, some products work for about 5 minutes, others make it worse, but none of them have actually made it better for any decent length of time!
I received a sample of Prevasore Everyday lip therapy through the post (no idea where from, I'm assuming it was freebie), and I've been putting it to the test for about a week. Did it make a difference? Keep reading to find out!
I've never actually heard of Prevasore before, have you? So I had no idea what to expect from it.
The first thing you notice about it is that smells (and tastes) of liquorice which is quite nice and refreshing! It's in a gel format, so there's no mess and it's easy to apply quickly and evenly. Prevasore Everyday lip therapy is designed to treat (and prevent) chapped lips by giving your lip a moist protective layer to keep the elements out and to promote healing.
It can also be used on cold sores, but as I don't suffer from them I don't really know much about them or how this product might help!
After using Prevasore every day for about a week, and using it as many times as needed (about 3x a day) I've definitelty noticed a huge difference in the state of my lips. Even before I use it in the morning they're nowhere near as chapped and dry as they were before, which is fantastic as they used to get very sore!
You can wear Prevasore either on it's own, underneath makeup or on top of lipstick as you would gloss. Although it comes out of the tube green in colour, it doesn't change the colour of your lips in anyway!
Prevasore Everyday lip therapy costs £6.96 (including delivery) when you buy from their site here.
I'm really impressed with how it's dramatically improved my lips, and I will definitely continue using it until it runs out and then I'll buy some more!
Do you suffer from dry, chapped lips? If you do, I'd love to know what you do to handle it! Have you tried Prevasore?
Drop me a comment below if you feel like it !
Stay safe, x
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