Protective Lip Balm SPF30 – fortification from Aesop

| March 30, 2014 | 1 Comment

Protective Lip Balm SPF30 – fortification from Aesop is in Hong Kong to offer broad spectrum SPF30 protection is a nourishing lip balm that delivers protection at two levels. Containing UV filters, Protective Lip Balm provides a transparent barrier to shield the fragile skin of the lips from harmful UVA and UVB rays and further environmental damage.

Protective Lip Balm SPF30 – fortification from Aesop

To hydrate, soften and prevent moisture loss, this lip balm utilizes richly emollient botanical extracts of Castor Seed and Jojoba, blended with waxes of Candelilla and Carnauba to achieve a smooth, sumptuous texture. The formulation is free of silicone, paraffin, beeswax and other animal-derived ingredients.

Protective Lip Balm SPF30 – fortification from Aesop

Whether its winter or summer you are applying sunscreen to your face, and the lips are always forgotten until they are either dry, chapped or cracked,  of course the lips are vulnerable to the sun’s rays, too.  The Aesop Protective Lip Balm SPF30  comes in a convenient stick and protects the skin from both UVA and UVB rays. The formula includes castor seed and jojoba to hydrate, soften and prevent moisture loss.

Protective Lip Balm SPF30 – fortification from Aesop

An aroma of  floral, citrus with a product texture that is smooth with a sustained finish, your lips feel soft and they are protected. Apply generously as often as required. Reapplication is required throughout the day to maintain protection.

Protective Lip Balm is packaged in a convenient 5.5 g wind-up applicator, making it suitable for travel or commute. It will be available from Hong Kong signature stores, counters in selected department stores, and at Aesop Online from April 2014. RRP: HKD150

‘We are pleased to introduce Protective Lip Balm as the first Aesop product to achieve an SPF30 rating, and the first in our lip care category to be packaged in stick format. The appeal of this formulation lies in its capacity to provide protection on two levels – as a sunscreen and an emollient barrier that shields against wind and other environmental elements.’ Kate Forbes Head of Research and Development.


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