For those of you out there that love lip gloss, but hate the following: getting your hair stuck to it, having it leave a dry, crusty layer on our mouth, applying it on and noticing it’s too sheer to even see, we have a solution for you. Our favorite clean cosmetics brand, Kosas, just launched a to-die-for Wet Lip Oil Gloss. The botanical-rich clean beauty line’s hybrid lip treatment/gloss is packed with active ingredients. They plump, hydrate and repair lips all while providing a opulent color pay off. We’ve been using it all week at Amodrn, and we’re pretty much in love.
The New Kosas Wet Lip Oil Gloss
Kosas Founder Sheena Yaitanes grew tired of traditional lip gloss and it’s downfalls, so she spent a year perfecting the formula for Wet Lip Oil Gloss. In addition, she searched for and handpicked clean ingredients that treat the lips. They showcase a juicy slick of color, all without the sticky mess! However, this new collection goes on smooth and is fully hydrating, with a perfect balance between a classic vinyl look and something super matte. Each gloss goes on sheer with a slick, watercolor effect. Ingredients include Hyaluronic Acid to boost hydration, Avocado Oil to up collagen, Konjac Root for a plumping effect, Peptides that stimulate your body’s natural collagen production, and a dash of Evening Primrose Oil to promote wellness.
Wep Lip Oil Gloss launches today, Wednesday, October 23rd. The collection is available on Kosas.com for $27 each and comes in five gorgeous shades: Jellyfish, Malibu, Dip, Jaws, Fruitjuice. Expect gorgeous clear, nude, pink, red and fuschia tones. Sheena even balanced and fine-tuned each shade to be ultra-flattering on all different types of skin tones.
In addition, Kosas will be doing a special launch promotion called Get Wet, Gift Wet. Starting today, 10/23 through 10/31, if you buy any Wet Lip Oil Gloss, you get one free to gift to a friend. It arrives pre-wrapped and ready to gift! Trust us, you’ll both text each other at the same time with the words “Oh my god, I’m obsessed”.
While you’re here, check out why bioavailability should matter in your skincare routine.