Saturday, 10 March 2018

[Beauty Review] Maintain Lips That Is Silky Soft With Lano Soft

Great looking lips requires care and nourishment and it’s effortless when you have the right product! Mentholatum has just the lipbalm for your every need whether it’s for dry and chapped lips, dull, sensitive or any less than perfect lip conditions. This latest edition, does not only deeply moisturises the lips but it also helps maintain soft lips.
Lano Soft – the latest Mentholatum lipbalm edition offers consumers a unique experience with its new formulation that uses Premium Pharmaceutical Grade Lanolin and Essence Extract that is purified using Japan’s cutting-edge purification technology.
Lanolin is a popular moisturising agent in skincare, haircare and especially in lipbalm products. It naturally derives from sheep wool which is highly emollient and functions as an effective moisturiser. The waxy texture allows easy application with just a glide and upon application, the Lanolin seals-in moisture naturally thereby preventing it from drying out. It also absorbs moisture from the air, thus moisturising the lips while rejuvenating it.
With Lano Soft, you can enjoy the following:

Moisturising – Apart from Lanolin, it also contains superior natural moisturising ingredients such as Jojoba Oil, Argon Oil, Sunflower Seed Oil and Rosemary Leaf Extract that deeply moisturise lips and improve the appearance of fine lines.

High Protection – No matter what the weather condition is, your lips are protected with Lano Soft. Lanolin contains cholesterol which is especially important for the skin’s barrier function. It forms a protective barrier on the lips to nourish and protect it from the dry, cold and harsh weather conditions.

Gentle and Soft – Not only does Lano Soft feels gentle and soft on your skin, it also helps your lips stay soft and moisturised. It is free from artificial fragrance and colourant and also mild with low irritation.
Fast Facts About Lanolin 
Lanolin also known as wool fat or wool wax is a secretion from the sebaceous of glands sheep. A typical high purity grade Lanolin is composed of a predominantly long chain of waxy esters (approximately 97% by weight) with the remaining mixtures being Lanolin Alcohols, Lanolin Acids and Lanolin Hydrocarbons. 
Before extracting the Lanolin, Sheepshearers would usually wash the wool after it is sheared from the sheep and then extract the Lanolin. So, there is no animal cruelty associated with harvesting of the Lanolin. 
The use of Lanolin in cosmetics and skincare has a history longer than almost any other ingredient.
The Lano Soft Lipbalm is priced at RM19.50 and is available at all leading pharmacies and major supermarket outlets.


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