MUS Twisted Lip Treatment

I was so thrilled about my MUS haul that I managed to throw away all the boxes before reading the ingredient list of the lip treatment. I've been using it for a few days now and I luckily haven't had any nasty reactions to it. It's supposed to be vanilla/mint, but it doesn't taste anything to me and I'm unable to detect anything but a faint scent of something sweet. This lip treatment consists of a core and a outer layer, the latter containing scrubbing grains. Even though I sometimes feel like these grains are a little harsh on my lips I enjoy the feel of having my lips exfoliated, and I've decided to go back for another. The product doesn't melt away on your lips, but stays put for several hours so you don't have to reapply all the time. It's also a little sticky, I suspect this is what keeps it at bay, and it leaves my lips soft as.. well, as soft as I could wish for really!

Now, when I'm done praising this lip treatment I'll have to say a little something about the price. It costs 170,- NOK, which would convert into about $30 with today's exchange rate, the same as Make Up Store charge for a lipstick. That makes it a pretty darn expensive lip treatment, but as I already said above; I know I'll be going back for another one. That's how much I like this product, and that's how much it does for my lips.

Make Up Store: Twisted Lip Treatment

The Verdict

RatingDespite the price tag on this product, we live in Norway and should be used to insane prices, I need to have this little treasure in my life. This time of year my lips are really dry, and I've been having a hard time finding a product that works for me. With this lip treatment I've found a product that scrubs, moisturizes and keep my lips soft and healthy throughout the day! I absolutely love everything about it, and I highly recommend it to anyone who wants to spend that kind of money on a lip treatment.

When that's been said I chose to give the MUS Twisted Lip Treatment 4/5 because of the price tag. The product is absolutely worth a perfect score, but it's not for everyone's wallet. Such a shame.

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