Podcast: The product that’s been dubbed ‘Jesus in a bottle’
Plus: Why an eye cream isn’t redundant & we review a keratin treatment
By Carli Alman
Editor / November 10 2019
Biologique Recherche P50 Lotion is one of those products that has an intense cult-following. To the point that it’s earned the nickname ‘Jesus in a bottle’. So, what’s so good about it anyway? Well, you’re going to have to tune in to this episode of Get Lippy to find out.
Also in this ep: Why a moisturiser isn’t going to cut it for the skin around your eye area and the reason you need to invest in an eye cream. Plus, you asked us to try a keratin treatment, and the results are in.
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Products mentioned in this ep:
Kosås Colour & Light Creme Palette
‘Jesus in a bottle’
Biologique Recherche P50 Lotion
Eye creams to add to your kit
Ultraceuticals Ultra C Eye Firming Cream
Dr Dennis Gross C + Collagen Brighten + Firm Eye Cream
Drunk Elephant C-Tango Multivitamin Eye Cream
Olay Eyes Ultimate Eye Cream
Estée Lauder Advanced Night Repair Eye Supercharged Complex
La Prairie Skin Caviar Luxe Eye Cream
Dr Barbara Sturm Eye Cream
Dr Dennis Gross Ferulic Retinol Eye Cream
Goldwell Kerasilk Keratin Treatment
Find out more here: https://www.goldwell.com.au/
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