Evolu skincare is founded on one woman’s personal vision: that the key to lasting beauty is natural balance. Kati Kasza's (Evolu's founder) belief in the power of plants to transform the skin inspired her to create this simple yet potent botanical system. Every Evolu formulation is customised to nourish and restore balance, returning your skin to its beautiful best.
Kati Kasza gained her understanding of the health benefits of plants from her mother, a trained botanist and herbalist. Also from her father, one of New Zealand's winemaking pioneers, she acquired her appreciation of quality ingredients and the power of blending them well.
Evolu Botanical Skincare has the philosophy of simpler is better, with their view being that a longer list of ingredients doesn't necessarily make a better product. They use only the purest plant oils and extracts in their skincare range, using them at levels and in combinations that maximise their effects.
Evolu Healing Lip Treatment is a gentle, lightweight treatment that combines the anti-microbial properties of New Zealand Manuka honey with the nourishing benefits of Thyme and Rosemary. It applies easily and absorbs readily, working to soothe, repair and soften the delicate skin of the lips. its light consistency allows it to penetrate quickly, and the convenient tube makes it perfect for travel as well as everyday use.
Effective Lip Care - Things to Remember:
More than almost any other skin on our bodies, the lips need hydration and sun protection. Facial skin typically has up to 16 layers, but with only three to five layers our lips are much more delicate. And did you know lips have no oil or sweat glands? That means if they dehydrate, the lost moisture is not naturally replaced.
There are natural proteins, called glycosaminoglycans, which work to hold in the moisture, but as we age, the natural production of these proteins lessens. This is why chapped and cracked lips can become a problem. But there are more serious health concerns that can affect these expressive assets. Cancer of the lip can be caused by the ultraviolet radiation in sunlight, and our lips are often more exposed to the sun than we realise, even in winter. Wearing a hat plus using a lotion or balm that contains sunscreen reduces this risk but the level of protection depends on how well and how often you apply the treatment â€“ and how long you spend in the sun. Of course, sun protection is not always essential if you’re spending a lot of time indoors, but that’s when air-conditioning and indoor heating can still have damaging, drying effects.
How to Use:
Apply sparingly every day to the lips. Reapply as needed. May be worn under lipstick or lip gloss.