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Three Ways to Use BioExperience's 3-in-1 Plumping Lip Balm

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With the colder months of fall just around the corner, everyone will soon be on the hunt for the ultimate lip conditioner.

I had the pleasure of testing the 3 in 1 plumping lip balm from BioExperience that hydrates, increases lip volume and reduces lip lines for naturally youthful looking lips. The forumula includes natural Beeswax, Vitamin E and Shea Butter for intense hydration and reparative benefits.

Three ways to use the BioExperience Plumping Lip Balm: Have you ever applied a rich, highly pigmented lipstick early in the day only to find that your lips look cracked and dried out by lunch time? Apply the BioExperience Plumping Lip Balm prior to applying your favorite lipstick to prevent that caked on, dry effect.

Apply over a bare lip or lip liner, if you want some definition, and wear as a lip gloss for day. The product delivers a bit of shine while also plumping your lip for a slightly enhanced, natural look.

Wear as a night treatment to deeply moisturize and repair chapped lips while you sleep. Awaken in the morning to supple lips and a slightly plumper pout. 

BioExpérience: Plumping Lip Balm



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Brought up in a creative household, Victoria has always been involved in writing, music and the arts. Her upbringing and her love for fashion and beauty led her to find a career that combined these passions. After getting her start as an editorial intern at Conde Nast, Victoria became fascinated with skincare technology while in the beauty closet. After three years of interning in public relations, she landed a position at a prestigious New York beauty & fashion PR firm working with major clients from Smashbox to John Frieda. She now works at a high-end, boutique agency representing beauty, fitness and lifestyle brands. When not hard at work in the office, Victoria contributes to a number of online publications and aspires to one day create her own online magazine. Her obsessions include travel, coffee, red lipstick and Twitter. Follow her @VikkiMoran!

SKIN TYPE: Sensitive, combination skin

HAIR TYPE: Thick, long & wavy


COMPLEXION TYPE: Light to medium with pink undertones.


BEAUTY ADDICTIONS: Davines Nounou Pak, St. Tropez Bronzing Mousse, Morrocanoil Light, Smashbox Photo Finish Hydrating Primer, Miracle Skin Transformer Body SPF 20, purminerals CC Cream with SPF 40, Chanel Chance, Jan Marini C-ESTA Eye Repair Concentrate, Dior Show Mascara, NARS Bronzer in Laguna, Dolce & Gabbana Cream Lipstick in Fire, Josie Maran Bear Naked Cleansing Wipes and my Clarisonic Mia.


  • jazz pollard
    jazz pollard Monday, 28 July 2014

    Lip balm is just made for lips, right? Wrong! It turns out lip balm can be used on many other body parts. Here are five surprising lip balm uses.
    1. Hair
    Fingernails aren't the only things that dry out.
    2. Makeup
    Just because you're using other products on your lips doesn't mean you have to skip the body part lip balm was made for.

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