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XX Revolution Hydro Lip Gel Masks

Revolution launched a whole new lip care range as part of their XX Revolution brand, and the XX Revolution Hydro Lip Gel Masks is one of five brand new lip products. I’ve already shared the Lip Mask in the range, but these lip masks look really intriguing.

Each of the products is numbered, so they’re designed to be used as part of a lip care routine, and keep on reading to find out more about these gel lip masks.

BUY HERE: Revolution US / Revolution UK

XX Revolution Hydro Lip Gel Masks

XX Revolution Hydro Lip Gel Masks

Set of 4 hydrating and softening lip masks with naicinamide, peptide complex and papaya enzyme to help encourage hydrated, smooth looking lips. Plus they’re pink, cute and so instagramable.”

XX Revolution Hydro Lip Gel Masks

The XX Revolution Hydro Lip Gel Masks are £8 / $10, and the box contains four individual lip masks, which works out at £2 / $2.50 per mask.

That’s not too bad at all, especially as Vitamasques which is a relatively affordable skincare brand charge £6 for one single-use lip mask, so these XX Revolution lip masks are much more affordable.

As they’re individually packaged within a foil wrapper, I do think it would have been better to package them in a jar, like they do with their (amazing) Hydrogel Eye Masks. As it’s better for the environment than single use plastic packets, but maybe that’s something they could think about in the future.

XX Revolution Hydro Lip Gel Masks

Each of the XX Revolution Hydro Lip Gel Masks are a baby pink colour, and are a large, lip print shape, which you place over the lips, to allow them to work their magic, before peeling the gel mask away to reveal hydrated, smoother and more plump lips, and they’re available right now.

*If you order from the Revolution USA website, you can get 20% discount on everything with the code MUDDLE*

BUY HERE: Revolution US / Revolution UK

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