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Lisbet

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Hi, Cindy

 

There's no deflating.  Your lips just go back to normal.  The problem to watch, though -- if you're not careful to keep your lips well hydrated while plumping, your lips can get very dry and peel/crack, etc.

 

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The extra "potent" plumpers (like Venom and TooFaced) work really well but my lips are always cracked a few days later. 

 

I take decongestants every single day, which dries out my lips big-time.  That's why I happen to like LipFusion - it puts the moisture back in which plumps my lips up.  I still use Shades of Venom and TooFaced now and then and I make sure to really slather on my LC + Anti-Ox that night!

 

Tabetha

 

 

 


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LipFusion plumps without the stinging and burning...how can we replicate this feature?
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I second that.  Would be great if someone could duplicate it.

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Robin 51, How are you doing? 

 

Go to the "Retail Brand Info" page, and look at the Lip Fusion Recipe which Hannah gave to us.  Here is a link:  http://skinactives.com/brands2.htm#lipfusion

 

Fortunately Hannah gets these questions from time-to-time, and she patiently researches the ingredients, and posts them for us on the page.  Lucky, aren't we?


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Does anyone have a copy of this recipe? - I keep getting a 404 page not found
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This is what I found:

Lip Fusion XLSodium Chondroitin Sulfate, Atelocollagen, Sodium Hyaluronate,   


I suggest you try our lip collagen serum.
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Thanks Hannah - I was just excited to see a thread on something I was going to ask about.

The serum is on my next list (just ordered the Twilight, ELS and Emulator after much deliberation over what to get - already have the collagen serum & bright-I)
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It would be great if there was also sea fern extract (amplifat, from the new lip plumpers) and collagen/hyaluronic acid microspheres as actives. But that might be difficult to obtain or as expensive as Lipfusion itself.
I did found a slightly cheaper substitute for Lipfusion XL though, Liptoxyl x3. I don't know if it's exactly the same, but it looks very alike and claims to have the same ingredients. Some say it is Lipfusion XL without the package. But it's still quite expensive. (26$)
I really wonder where the "microspheres" are on the list? I mean sodium hyaluronate looks like it is "normal" hyaluronic acid instead of the microspheres they say it comes in.

Polybutene, Paraffinum Liquidum (Mineral Oil), Pentaerythrityl Tetraisostearate, Silica Silylate, Triisostearyl Citrate, Ethylhexyl Palmitate, Aroma (Flavor), Benzyl Benzoate, Silica Dimethyl Silylate, Isopropylparaben, Isobutylparaben, Butylparaben, Phenoxyethanol, Butylene Glycol, Methoxypropanediol, Sodium Chondroitin, Sulfate, Ricinus Communis (Castor) Seed Oil, Sodium Saccharin, Propylparaben, Limonene, Atelocollagen, Benzyl Alcohol, Caprylyl Glycol, Sodium Hyaluronate, Linalool, Hexylene Glycol, BHT.

(this is from Lipfusion XL)
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Rebecca,

I only go for ingredients supported by scientific research. For the time being,  promotion of fat accumulation in special areas is wishful thinking, and ferns extracts are unlikely to change this fact. I will, however, search the scientific literature for any mention of this ingredient.

"Microspheres" is a marketing term, with no scientific value.

Marketing companies do a great job of using our wishful thinking and dreams against us by inventing words that convey these wishes, without any scientific support.
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