Hyaluronic Acid - This acid is an important component of connective tissues. It helps fill the gaps between Collagen and Elastin in the connective tissue and serves as a cushy gelatin-like material providing structural support.
Vitamin E - This vitamin is used to relieve chapped, dry lips. Since vitamin E promotes cell turnover and regeneration, using it on dry lips brings new cells to the surface faster. The thick and oily consistency of vitamin E oil can also prevent further irritation.
Palmitoyl Oligo Peptide - A signaling peptide that helps propagate Collagen growth by tricking the skin into thinking it needs to repair itself and organizing and arranging the Collagen fibers in a stronger more uniform manner.
Tribehenin - This smoothing lubricant works by forming a protective barrier on the skin, slowing down water loss and helping to keep the skin hydrated. Think of this as a coat of varnish that seals in all the moisturizing goodness.
Capsaicin - This nueropeptide helps kick start the lip plumping reaction by increasing blood flow, inducing temporary tingling and providing more volume to the surface of the lips.