ThisThatBeauty Reviews: Bliss Fabulips

When I think spa treatment, never before has the thought been on lips, but at a recent Bliss event at the W Hotel, I was introduced to a spa treatment that is intended just for lips! “Fabulips” by Bliss, is a four step process to soften, smooth and dare I say — encourage kissable lips. The treatment goes a little something like this:

Step 1: Refresh with the Foaming Lip Cleanser – This first of its kind lip shampoo with cocoa butter, shea butter and rice bran extract, foamed and expanded when I applied it to my lips. To test the efficacy of this lip shampoo, I applied a lip stain moments before applying the cleanser and it did a good job of cleaning my lips.

Step 2: Retexturize with Sugar Lips Scrub – What better way to polish your pucker than with an oil and sugar based scrub, formulated with almond and walnut shell? I can’t think of any.

Step 3: Rejuvenate with the Lip Plumper – This step uses peptides and cork tree extract to plump the lips and prepare them for pouting perfection.

Step 4: Replenish with the Softening Lip Balm – This is the final step to the perfect pucker. It contains shea butter, ultra moisturizing jojoba oil and vitamin E.

At the Bliss event after my lip treatment, I wasn’t convinced that Fabulips really made a difference. However, once I got home and was able to apply the Refresh and Retexturize steps with my finger tip, (rather than the cotton swab used at the event) my lips were super soft and I was happy with the results. Bliss, I am a believer! *taps bible*

Products are available at Bliss Spas, www.blissworld.com, www.sephora.com and bliss catalog 888 243 8825

This post is written by ThisThatBeauty Contributor, Christene Carr. For more: @ChristeneCarr  on Twitter and  www.christenecarr.com

Christene Carr About Christene Carr

Christene is known among her friends as a jack-of-all-trades, which for her translates to never being bored. By profession, Christene is a marketing and social media strategist and beauty editor. When she is not busy marketing compelling concepts or testing beauty products, she is crafting food and drink recipes, socializing, writing, making dresses, eating, or any of a myriad of random things she thoroughly enjoys. Find Christene on her blog, www.christenecarr.com, and follow her randomness on Twitter @ChristeneCarr

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