15 Best Lip Masks For Your Smoothest Pout Ever

15 Best Lip Masks For Your Smoothest Pout Ever

By: Bobbie Terry

Lip treatments come in a variety of flavors and options, just as there is a mask in an array of options for every area of the body. Lip masks are one of the latest beauty trends in face care. With everything from infused gel patches to clay masks there is a lip mask for everyone regardless of your style. Considering all the options available we put the best lip masks to the test and have listed our 15 favorites that give you the smoothest softest looking lips regardless of when, where, or why you apply them. Here comes the array of lip masks that help you fall in love with your beauty routine all over again. Even while sleeping, you will be able to receive the benefits of a lip mask.

1. Henné Organics Lip Mask

This organic lip mask from Henné, a brand that only produces lip care products. This means you can trust they know what they’re doing. Henné organic lip mask is made with Jojoba oils, avocados, rose hips, and sweet orange peels with a light citrus and vanilla scent. Since soothing, moisturizing, and plumping your lips is this mask’s only job wearing it whenever, wherever, and for as long as you want. Whether you are getting ready for a night on the town or a good night’s sleep this organic mask will ensure that your lips are plump, smooth, and soft.


2. Sara Happ The Sweet Clay Lip Mask

If you are looking for a lip mask that can be used nightly or weekly that after only one use will leave your lips obviously smooth. From your first use you are going to love the Sweet Clay Lip Mask by Sara Happ. With shea butter to nourish, bentonite clay to deep clean, and the Ayurvedic herb Swertiamarin from the Himalayan mountains this clay lip mask is all business. Your lips will look as if they were dipped in creamy light pink icing. This also happens to be a top fashion magazine’s skin care editor’s absolute favorite lip mask.


Agave nectar and lanolin give your lips a shot of lasting moisture with the Bite Beauty Agave Lip Mask. This jelly looking balm type mask is as thick and luxurious as it is super hydrating and deep conditioning. A dose of antioxidants equal to three servings of red wine will protect your beautiful lips from the cold, sun, wind, and other elements. While overnight wear is the best option this mask comes in a couple glossy colors for wear during the day.


A digital editor with a top fashion magazine highly praises the weightless formula of Nourishing Care Lip Sleeping Pack by Klavuu. He also applauds the mask’s ability to re-hydrate and balance dry dehydrated lips. After only five minutes use lips look and feel more moisturized. This is the result of this Korean beauty treatment’s ingredients of apricot seed oils, sweet almond, and avocado.


One of the most inexpensive selections of our favorites list is also a green option due to being 100% natural. Burt’s Bees Lip Treatment Lip Mask uses meadowfoam and sweet almond oils to hydrate and soothe lips. These masks provide instant definition and nourishment to your lips.


Between a balm and a cream, Laneige’s Lip Sleeping Mask with its ultra-thick formula sits on lips overnight, working its magic and allowing it to seep slowly into your lips as you sleep. Supple, bouncy, soft looking and feeling lips will await you in the morning. This lip mask also has a vanilla option available.


For a luxury lip experience substitute this lip mask in the place of an ultra-thick balm. Jouer Overnight Conditioning & Repairing Lip Mask is unique in that Jouer is not commonly known for its skin care products. This lip mask has shea butter, jojoba oils, vitamin E, and hyaluronic acid which helps lock in the moisture.


8. KNC Beauty All Natural Collagen Infused Lip Mask

With the KNC Beauty All Natural Collagen Infused Lip Mask, the name says it all, well almost. Some of the other active ingredients that this mask contains are cherry extract that helps to deep moisturize your lips while also plumping up fine lines, rose oil, and vitamin E. One famous unofficial endorsement of this lip mask is when Emma Stone took a selfie while wearing these just prior to appearing on the Globes award show. Rachel Goodwin, her makeup artist, had recommended she get her lips ready for the show using these jelly-like lip masks. With an endorsement like that these little patches are sure to be fabulous.


9. Patchology FlashPatch Lip Gels

Just as KNC’s lip patches do Flashpatch by Patchology lip gels also stick to lips and are cool to the touch. They look and feel similar to a sheet mask for the lips. These patches are biodegradable and contain peptides that both assist and encourage elasticity and collagen production. They also include niacinamide that reduces the appearance of redness, and green tea extract that soothes your lips.


10. Flower Beauty Petal Pout Lip Mask

The newly launched affordable portable lip mask is already becoming a favorite of many. The Flower Beauty Petal Pout Lip Mask is infused with coconut butters that help to repair flaking chapped lips and mango.


11. Clinique Pep-Start Pout Restoring Night Mask

This adorable millennial pink tube contains a night mask that works wonders on lips that are worn from winter’s chill.  Clinique’s Pep-Start Pout Restoring Night Mask has a number of ingredients that work to moisturize your lips. Sea whip extract works overtime while you sleep to plump and hydrate lips while the hydrogenated castor oil and murumuru seed butter work hard to moisturize them.


12. Kiehl’s Buttermask for Lips

The creamy consistency of Kiehl’s Buttermask for lips is worth the money. It has an abundance of ingredients that work to nourish your lips, such as cocoa, mango butter, and coconut oil. Just apply a thick coat of this non-sticky mask before drifting to sleep and waking to beautifully hydrated supple lips in the morning.


This balm has the consistency of a creamy gel and made of ingredients designed to repair and nourish lips while you sleep. The Perfect Pout Duo by Kaplan MD is made from sunflower seed wax and seabuckthorn berry extract.


14. Starskin DreamKiss Plumping and Hydrating Bio-Cellulose Lip Mask

With a texture similar to Tatcha’s Luminous Dewy Skin Sheet Mask Starskin’s DreamKiss Plumbing and Hydrating Bio-Cellulose Lip Mask uses bio-cellulose technology which was derived from coconut juice to achieve its texture and adheres seamlessly to your lips. After only 15 minutes these masks which have been soaked in a tropical scented bath will make your lips feel and look juicier than ever.


15. 111 Skin Meso Infusion Lip Mask and Plumping Duo

This pricey lip mask has been scientifically proven to effectively create the illusion of fuller, thinker, more supple lips. With 111 Skin Meso Infusion Lip Mask and Plumping Duo ales than a pea size amount is all that is needed to get results. You’ll get those proven results after only a few applications. Add exfoliating ingredients like citrus oils (lemon and orange peel), which creates an even toned lip surface that is softer from the natural shedding of the skins top layer.


These Are The Best Face Masks For Redness

These Are The Best Face Masks For Redness

If you have hypersensitive skin, then you know how hard it can be to find a face mask that won’t irritate it. You may have even turned to a dermatologist for help, only for their prescribed products to be both a waste of time and money. Your sensitive, redness-prone skin shouldn’t feel like a curse or something you have to be ashamed of. There are products that work. You just need to know what to look for.

There are a number of reasons why your skin may be so hypersensitive and prone to redness. Erythema, or skin redness, can be caused by sunburns, allergens, temperature changes, hormone imbalances, or chemicals.

If your skin is hypersensitive to its environment and prone to redness, it is usually because your epidermal fibers have been comprised in some way. The most common cause for this damage to your skin barrier is sunburn. Even if the sunburn occurred when you were a child, and you’ve lived a sunburn-free life since then, that one sunburn could be the cause for your blemished skin.

Here is a list of some of the best face masks for skin inflammation and hypersensitivity. Review each product carefully and see which one may solve your particular cause for redness. 

The TreeActiv Treatment Exfoliating Cleanser

This face mask is advertised as an acne treatment, but it’s made with bentonite clay that has an electrical charge that draws out toxins, chemicals, and contaminants that irritate your skin. It is also made up of honey powder that has natural anti-inflammatory properties and essential oils that provide beneficial antioxidants that help protect skin from damage. This product can be used four ways: as a cleanser, a scrub, a face mask, or a spot remedy. The TreeActiv Exfoliating Cleanser is ideal for you if you have sensitive or redness-prone skin caused by allergens or chemicals.


The Green Tea Matcha Facial Mud Mask

This mud mask reduces pores and inflammation. It also lightens dark circles around the eyes thanks to the vitamin K present in the green tea used in this mud mask. If you have acne or erythema caused by hormonal imbalances, then this green tea mud mask may be your next best friend. This face mask is vegan and cruelty-free. It also has antibacterial agents that will help block acne-causing bacteria from destroying your skin.


The Rise ‘N Shine Dead Sea Mud Mask

This facial mask is affordable and 100% natural. It contains organic ingredients like almond oil, coconut oil, and jojoba oil. The dead sea mud present in it helps to even your skin tone by stimulating blood circulation. This mask travels deep into your pores and unclogs them for a near blemish-free appearance. This facial mask also improves your skin’s health and hydration by increasing its ability to absorb essential vitamins, minerals, and nutrients. If you need a natural face mask that can restore your skin’s pH balance while also leaving it vibrant and hydrated, then this face mask may be what you need.  


Is This The End Of The Deciem Drama?

Is This The End Of The Deciem Drama?

In the beauty industry, the corporation Deciem has long been known for its affordable high quality products and unique and innovated marketing strategy.  But, they’re also known for their drama thanks to CEO and founder Brandon Truaxe. 

Now, I personally have yet to try one of the Deciem brands, such as The Ordinary, or Niod. But since their inception, they’ve been cult-favorites and the older I get the more tempted I’ve been to try them.  Every time I’m about to place an order however, drama erupts. And if you’ve been paying attention you’ll know that last week Truaze announced the closing of Deciem and all of its brands.

(don’t worry they’re back open now)

But how on earth did a cult-favorite beauty company get to this point of insanity?

Here’s how…

In 2013, Deciem was launched (later becoming the corporation behind 10 cult-favorite beauty brands).

In August 2016, Deciem released The Ordinary which was a line of minimalistic, simplistic, yet high quality skin care products. This was the microbrand that blew up in the beauty world. And for good reason. Just to give you an idea of their pricing, you could get a bottle of retinoid serum for less than $10.  That kind of pricing was unheard of in the beauty industry.

In June 2017 Estee Lauder began investing in Deciem and became a shareholder with a 28 percent stake.

In January 2018, drama began to unfold when people noticed that The Ordinary was running ads making fun of their competitor Drunk Elephant.  Right after that controversy settled down Truaxe, began his crazy Instagram habit that arguably almost killed his brand. On the 24th of January he made the announcements that he would be canceling the marketing plans of Deciem for the future and will be talking to customers directly.

In February 2018, Truaxe announced on Instagram that he would no longer go by CEO and would instead go by “worker”.  His reasoning for this change of title was that “responsible people don’t need a CEO”.  Right after this, news of difficult working conditions including yelling emerged and more controversy and drama erupted online.  Then on the 4th of February, Truaxe posted a series of videos showing litter and publically announced the end of the Decium’s partnership with “Peter of Mong Packaging”.  He also offered a job at Decium to Peter of Mong Packaging on Instagram.  A couple of days later Truaxe used Instagram to talk about ending Deciem’s partnership with Dr. Tijion Esho-cosmetic surgeon.  When Elle interviewed Dr Esho later, he said that he never received payment or an official documented end of partnership while working with Decium.    In addition to all of the public Instagram drama, Truaxe also let go his co-CEO of 5 years because she did not “subscribe to peaceful values”.

Obviously February was a rough month for Deciem, but the drama didn’t end there.  In March 2018, Truaxe goes on Instagram to report a “racist” incident at the Ham Yard Hotel and threatens legal action.  He also states that he has “allocated $100,000 to promote this post on Facebook and Instagram”.  Two days later a piece is penned by David Yi asking if the Ordinary is “the Donald Trump of beauty”. 

In April, a photo of a man who appeared homeless outside of a Deciem location was posted on Instagram, causing internet drama.  Following the drama of the day, Truaxe let go of the ENTIRE U.S-based corporate staff. Was the photo a inkling of the firing to come?  Who knows.

 At the end of April, Truaxe posted two Instagram videos saying he was concerned about his safety and asking his followers to contact the police for him. A day after this incidence he posts another video in response to those concerned about his mental health saying those who believe he had metal health issues were “idiots”.

From April until October nothing major really happened, other than the ex-CEO being returned to her position.

Then on October 8th, Truaxe posted a video on Instagram geotagged with “The White House” announcing the shutdown of Decium due to “Major criminal activity” of “almost everyone” “which includes financial crimes and much others.”

 He then continued by saying “You have no idea what a solider I’ve been… for more than 13 years, I’ve been made fun of as a porn actor, as a fucking drug dealer… it’s all ending now.”   The Instagram video tagged a large group of people from George Clooney to Too Face, To British Beauty Blogger Caroline Hirons.

The Deciem’s website was then replaced with an entirely red screen.

Obviously with these announcements the beauty world went crazy.  But on October 11th, Truaxe posted screenshots from Mark Gelowitz and Estee Lauder showing terms that had been violated and the shareholder agreements.

On October 12th, an injunction was officially granted and Truaxe was removed as the company’s CEO.

As of today, websites have been reinstated and most of the closed stores have been reopened.

So, the only question that remains: Is the drama with the Deciem finally over? 

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The Truth about Adding Collagen Supplements To Your Beauty Routine

The Truth about Adding Collagen Supplements To Your Beauty Routine

Over the last few years there has been a craze for increasing our collagen intake. Whether it is from the influencers on your Instagram feed, your aesthetician, or your girlfriends. Collagen is the new trend that all of the makeup bloggers have been promoting and adding to their shakes or coffees.

So, what exactly is collagen, and why is it the new beauty and wellness trend? Should I eat it?

Should I drink it? These are a few questions that came to my mind when I first learned about it. So here I am to tell you the truth about collagen supplements!

What is Collagen?

Collagen is the most important protein found in our bodies that helps give structure to our nails, hair, skin, and bones. Think of collagen as a jelly that is keeping our bones together, or glue that is keeping our skin properties together without drying out.

Collagen also helps give our hair that luxurious shine, our skin that natural glow, and our nails that healthy appearance. As we get older, we begin to lose collagen in our bodies and begin to start looking up our nearest botox clinic!

However, there are a few types of collagen that we have in our bodies. Each type of collagen helps make up various properties throughout out hair, skin, nails, and bones. 

The types of collagen generally found in skin include I, II, IV, and VII. These types of collagen help keep our skin smooth and youthful. Type I is the most important because it connects the tissues of the skin, type II is found around the eyes and nose….you get the picture. 

We need collagen to help our bodies function regularly, but I still was wondering if collagen supplements really could make our hair, skin, and nails better. Here’s what I found.

Does Collagen Work?

Lately there have been many Instagram posts about adding collagen powder to your protein shake, coffee, or even eating it in a gummy bear form. Do these supplements really work?

Although these influencers might be giving us their real opinion, you should still be a little skeptical.  After all-money talks.  I can testify for this myself.  I’ve been sponsored on Instagram and this website and while I only agree to take on products I use and believe in from the start, being sponsored by a company creates a greater appreciation for the company from my perspective.  So, when it comes to edible health and beauty products, it’s possible an influencer could have some placebo effects and think the product is better than it is because they’re sponsoring them.  

The truth of the matter is that there isn’t any evidence to support the idea that collagen supplements are beneficial for skincare purposes. The studies just don’t exist to back that up. However, other studies that have focused around joint health and shown that there is pain reduction when users took collagen supplements. Showing that the collagen probably is doing SOMETHING upon consumption.  What is it really doing and is it beneficial to your skin?  We don’t really know.

The Bottom Line:

So, is it possible collagen is beneficial for your skincare routine?  Absolutely? 

Is collagen a skincare miracle you should splurge for if you’re on a tight budget?  Maybe not.

Would I splurge on collagen?  I’m seriously considering it. Skincare is something I’ve only just started exploring and collagen supplements are definitely on my list of things to try, but as someone who only has face wash currently, they don’t take first priority. Instead I’m going to be adding in moisturizers, skin peels, and things of that nature first.  However, over the next few months, I will probably give them a try.

The Best Collagen Supplements?

From the research I’ve been doing, here are some of the collagen supplements I would consider buying.

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