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Carlson Labs launches E-Gem Lip Care

Carlson Labs launches E-Gem Lip Care
Each stick contains 1,000 IU of natural-source vitamin E.

A vibrant smile can capture a room in an instant, but dry, cracked lips are painful and embarrassing. With the introduction of E-Gem Lip Care, Carlson Laboratories aims to keep lips soft and smooth all year long. Using only natural-source vitamin E, each stick contains 1,000 IU of this healing antioxidant.

Lips are one of the most sensitive and exposed parts of the body. Thinner than the rest of the skin, lips lack the ability to provide natural body oils for moisture. Exposure to environmental factors such as wind, rain, pollution, and U.V. rays all contribute to the dehydration, thinning, and wrinkling of lip tissue. By giving lips what they need and locking in moisture, E-Gem Lip Care protects lips from drying out and appearing aged. PABA-free and devoid of parabens, phthalates, artificial dyes or flavors, E-Gem Lip Care is ideal for even the most sensitive of pouts.

“Carlson Laboratories is proud to introduce the newest member of our body care line, E-Gem Lip Care,” stated Kirsten Carlson, vice president of marketing at Carlson Laboratories. “We couldn’t be more excited to expand our natural-source vitamin E-based line of products. Vitamin E is an important antioxidant in the fight against free radicals to maintain health and wellness. Made here in the USA, E-Gem Lip Care uses only all-natural ingredients. And like our other body care products, it has never been tested on animals.” 

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