GOSH lip oils - Clarins dupe

review: GOSH lip oils - Clarins dupe
review: GOSH lip oils - Clarins dupe
If you buy one thing from GOSH's spring launches, make it one of the rather fab new Lip Oils. They're a definite dupe for Clarins' Instant Light Comfort oils and the only thing like it that I've seen appearing on the high street. 

I'd use these in place of your regular lip balm or for an extra hydration boost over the top of a matte finish product. Each one is infused with a mix of sea buckthorn, moringa, argan and macadamia oils and gives long lasting hydration without a greasy finish.  

There are four oils to choose from in the range, but if I'm honest I can't see much difference in any of them except the scent. There's a very slight hint of pigmentation to the deeper shades but it's not one that's really noticeable when applied to the lips.

At £7.49 each, these are a really affordable purchase and one I'd definitely recommend. If like me, your handbag tends to get overtaken by lipsticks and balms, these are a lovely way to streamline things a bit and get that mix of moisturisation with a hint of shine.

They launch into Superdrug on 10th Feb - pop the date in your diary. I reckon they'll be seriously popular!

*PR samples

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