LiPerfection - Perfect your pout

If eyes are the window to the soul, then your lips may be considered the front door! Without lips we wouldn't be able to make the sound of the letter "P," we wouldn't be able to kiss the people we love, and we wouldn't be able to make those funny fish faces. Lips are unique -- they aren't like any other part of the human body.

Moisturisers, serums, body lotions, and sunscreen follow us all day and in all seasons. We understand the importance of moisturising our face and body but inadvertently neglect to moisturise our lips. Yet when compared to the skin on your face, the skin of your lips is significantly more vulnerable to damage,

Lips come in all sorts of beautiful shapes and sizes, but they also serve some very important functions. Our lips help us form words, express our emotions, show affection, and enjoy our favourite foods and drinks. Lip skin is much thinner than that of facial skin. Lips are weakened by their continuous exposure to environmental attack. That is why they age, lose volume and become dry faster than the other parts of the face. Skin on the outer layer of your face is up to 16 cell layers thick, but the skin on your lips is 3-5 cell layers thick. Lip skin also doesn’t have it’s own supply of oil and moisture glands, so the pH and microbiome of that area is easily disturbed and you also have to consider that the lips also contribute to our oral health, because of this, it's crucial to take good care of your lips and keep them moisturised and healthy.


So what does your oral health have to do with your lips?

Your lips have an important role to play in helping to slow the deterioration of your teeth and gums by keeping saliva in your mouth thus keeping your oral mucosa hydrated.


Taking care of your lips is important because they are instrumental in protecting your teeth and gums. Paying attention to them can help prevent dehydration as well as the infections that cause cavities and gum disease.

Cracked, bleeding, or chapped lips can easily become infected due to their exposure to food and the environment. Since food comes into contact with your lips and you may touch your lips with your hands, you may transfer bacteria and spread infections to your mouth.

If you find yourself reaching for your lip balms a little too often without any relief, in addition to topical care, your skin therapist will encourage you to drink water/ minerals and look at your Omega Fatty Acid (EFA) intake, too. Dry or chapped lips are one of the first signs of dehydration. If your lips are dehydrated, your mouth is probably dry as well.

Dry mouth can aggravate many oral health issues, including:

Insufficient saliva production, more bacteria and plaque, mouth sores and ulcers, gum and tooth infections and bad breath.

However, proper lip care can help prevent these issues.



    Juvenate Liperfection™ will hydrate your lips and relieve any discomfort brought on by chapped or dry lips. Liperfection offers protection against wind, cold, and dry air on the lips. Intensely hydrating lips and enriched with skin-hydrating ingredients, such as Hyaluronic acid which improves skin texture, skin barrier function and hydration.

    Stabilises fragile lip skin and regulates  inflammatory processes in the skin.

    Also features a purified organic sprout extract which protects the fragile skin, enabling it to defend itself while giving an immediate and cumulative plumping effect

    Calendula oil  with an antiseptic and antimicrobial action, helping to speed up healing of wounds and minor cuts on your lips and soothing cracked or chapped lips.

    Licorice root extract, scientifically-proven to help calm inflammation, dryness, and helps improve the appearance of cracks and dryness. Fights against stressors, encouraging your skin to protect itself against harmful elements and helping to keep skin supple.

    Liperfection will be deeply absorbed into the lip skin to intensely hydrate dry lips and give them a nourished and plump look. Regular application helps your lips regain their natural moisture and keeps your pout supple

    If you have really chapped lips, you need to be extra diligent about not skipping lip product application. Applying a thick layer of Liperfection before going to bed can give you a head start on healing cracked and chapped lips, or preventing your lips from showing signs of dryness and flaking.


      Your saliva contains enzymes that are designed to help start the process of breaking down proteins in food. Adding saliva to your lips can irritate their delicate skin, compromising the proteins of the skin and making lips dry or chapped.

      3. HYDRATE

        Hydration starts from within, so always drink plenty of water and consider your EFA intake. Sometimes the stresses of life, environment and our climate makes it harder for our lips to hold moisture in. Applying Liperfection regularly can keep chapping at bay.

        Therefore, Liperfection™ is an extremely vital part of your skincare routine, not only when you are troubled with dry chapped lips, but also to maintain the health and hydration of the skin of your lips. Using LiPerfection has many benefits at home, but your skin therapist can intensify the results with the Juvenate Regenerative Eye and Lip Facial treatment.

        This is a targeted treatment that focuses on the eyes and lips, helping address specific concerns such as dry, chapped lips, fine lines around the eyes, wrinkles, puffiness, dark circles, dryness, and loss of elasticity more effectively, or to act as an effective preventative treatment

        Your Juvenate Regenerative Skin Therapist tailor the treatment to target the unique needs of your eyes and lips, allowing for a more personalised skincare approach.

        Skincare treatment plans are a proactive outline for creating a healthy, functioning skin and keeping it looking its best, so show your eyes and lips some love with the Juvenate Regenerative Eye and Lip Treatment at a Juvenate Clinic near you.

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