Really Great Gloss Duo

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Really Great Gloss Duo

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Really Great Gloss Duo

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Really Great Gloss Duo

Incredibly Juicy, Plumped Lips.
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Two is better than one! When it comes to lips, you spoke loud and clear: you wanted an amazing gloss with tons of superhero goodies. Really Great Gloss plumps and hydrates from within as it lays down an addictive, cushiony, oil-infused shine with an almost-there hint of color. Our apple-based exfoliator sloughs away dead skin, clearing the way for lip-loving ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid, Coconut Milk, Sunflower Butter and Grapeseed Oil to do their plumping, hydrating thing. Feels ridiculously comfy and never sticky. We like to think of it kinda like our favorite cold pressed juice, but for our lips. Really good for you. Really easy to love. Meet Really Great Gloss.
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Key Ingredients
Really Great Gloss

  • Apple Extract
    Pyrus Malus Fruit Extract is a natural chemical exfoliator that leaves your lips smooth and soft.
  • Grapeseed Oil
    Grapeseed oil is high in vitamin E and antioxidants, as well as a rich source of Omega-6 fatty acids that protects against free radicals.
  • Coconut Milk
    Coconut milk is a soothing ingredient that has high levels of vitamin C which helps maintain elasticity and flexibility of skin. It also has high levels of ferulic acid, a potent antioxidant.
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Bad Ingredients
Really Great Gloss

Break up with the bad stuff.

  • Synthetic Flavor
    Synthetic flavor has been deemed safe by the FDA but is usually diluted in a base of propyleneglycol and contains phthalates which are hormone disruptors.
  • Hydrogenated Polyisobutene
    This is a synthetic oil that is used as a mineral oil substitute. It’s used in many moisturizers and lip products as an emollient.
  • Polybutene
    Polybutene is what gives many lip products that tacky and moisturizing feel. There is strong evidence that this ingredient is toxic to the organ system and is irritating to the skin and eyes. Polybutene is commonly used as an airplane adhesive.
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