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Today I’m reviewing the Three Ships Lip Treatment Kit that came in my Spring CAUSEBOX. As you all know, I adore lip products, so I had high hopes for this. [info in italics taken from the Three Ships website, and kit packaging]
Here’s a little bit of info about this Toronto based, Canadian brand:
We embrace this less is more mindset and use this philosophy to chart our course as a company. We believe you don’t need a long list of unnecessary ingredients in your skincare products, and you don’t need a 12 step skincare routine to achieve beautiful results.
Our goal was to solve the problems we faced as consumers and create the most effective and affordable natural skincare products available.
This is why every Three Ships product is made with 100% natural ingredients and is certified cruelty-free. It’s why nothing goes to market unless it has been scientifically proven to work. And it’s why all of our products will forever be under $40 USD.
The Three Ships Lip Treatment Kit is composed of the Vanilla Lip Exfoliator, and the Buttercream Hydrating Lip Mask. Let’s look at the Lip Exfoliator first:
This triple-action scrub exfoliates and conditions lips. Fine sugar crystals remove dry skin / flakes and make lips look plump and full while natural shea butter and oils hydrate and soothe. This scrub contains zero artificial colors and is naturally flavoured with vanilla.
This is a beautiful lip scrub, it mega exfoliates, but at the same time adds so much hydration. My lips are SO SMOOTH after I use this!
Now, let’s take a look at the Buttercream Hydrating Lip Mask:
Natural oils of sunflower, coconut and avocado deeply replenish moisture to dry lips. Use overnight for extra soft lips when you wake up.
As a lip balm addict, this lip mask is a DREAM! So hydrating. It can be used night and day!
The combination of the scrub and mask is the perfect recipe for achieving soft and smooth lips!
Have you tried this kit?
Thanks for reading
Disclosure: In case you missed it at the beginning, this kit came in my CAUSEBOX subscription box that I paid for.