Lancome Absolue Precious Cells Nourishing Lip Balm Honey-in-Rose

lancome Absolue Nourishing Lip Balm Honey-in-Rose

Lancome’s Absolue Nourishing Lip Balm is a luxury treatment must for your lips! There are few to none when it comes lip balm that  I have tried that claim  to do one thing, but fail to offer results, and believe me, I’ve pretty much have tried them all. Absolue Nourishing Lip Balm gave me results immediately.

Im a stickler when it comes to the texture of my lip balm. I don’t care for a product that moves too much on my lips. I prefer a thick, bouncy, rich, hydrating, creamy feel. This lip balm gave me just that the instant I applied it.

Absolue Nourishing Lip Balm Honey-in-Rose contains:

  • Pro-Xylane – an ingredient created by Lancome in 2006, which helps prevent water loss in the skin.
  • Vitamin E
  • Acacia Honey
  • Beeswax
  • Rosehip Seed Oil

All of the key ingredients work together to provide you with smoother, plumper lips.

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The balm is long lasting. Once it absorbed into my lips I noticed fewer lines. My lips were soft and supple. They even looked rosier! Absolue Nourishing Balm instantly repaired damage done to my lips over time due to lipstick stains.

As mentioned early this is a luxury lip balm. Lancome Absolue Nourishing Lip Balm Honey-in-Rose will set you back $50, but is good for a year once opened. You only need a little dab as it is so rich so you will not run through it as quickly.

The scent of the balm smells like a fresh bouquet of roses. Rose scent has aroma therapy qualities of uplifting moods like depression.

I’m sure a happier since I have started using it.

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