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Carmex Debuts Matte Lip Conditioner and Pomegranate SPF-Infused Formulation

October 1, 2012


• New Carmex Lip Conditioner from Carma Laboratories ($1.99) offers creamy, lightweight conditioning that imparts luxurious moisture and protection, according to the company, which is celebrating its 75th anniversary.

Think of it like lotion for lips with a creamy orange flavor made from real oranges, according to the company. The silky smooth finish won’t leave lips feeling waxy or unpleasantly sticky. The quick-penetrating formula is a custom blend of 13 moisturizing ingredients (including aloe butter, cocoa butter, lanolin and vitamin E) that condition lips to maintain a healthy, supple look and feel.

Carmex is also expanding its Ultra Smooth Lip Balm ($1.59) collection with a Pomegranate variation.
Featuring broad spectrum SPF 15, this water-resistant formulation also includes vitamin E and aloe.

More info: www.mycarmex.com
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