We are all for making the best of yourself here at VV TV and keeping everything vegan friendly too! 
Although the fashion of the rather too big lips isn’t really our cup of tea we do like to enhance what we already have and we were intrigued by the new vegan lip plumper from Plump It .com.
Lips can start thinning in your 30s and 40s and fuller lips do help a person to look younger. There are now many procedures and costly invasive treatments available however how vegan friendly they are even if you have the budget is going to be difficult to confirm.
Trying the Plump It.com lip plumper at first went a little wrong as I applied far too much and the result included tears! However the next night I tried the product using just a very small amount and was delighted that I did. My lips did sting a little bit – like if you eat something spicy however it was manageable and not off putting at all. My lips did go a little redder, and more plumper – just really enhancing rather than changing them too much.
So we see this just like wearing lipstick –  if you want a different colour on your lips you add lipstick and it wears off during the day. The same with this.
We feel this is a great vegan friendly find and will definitely be treating ourselves when our plumper has run out!
Plump It.com tells us;
“It’s the volumising lip plumper that’s the latest innovation in non-surgical lip treatment, and guaranteed to be your new holy grail lip product! Our unique plumping formula absorbs into the lips instantly, providing visually fuller, softer and more defined lips within minutes. After the application, you’ll be ready to apply your favourite lip gloss or lipstick to complete your look.”
” Unlike invasive surgical procedures and suction based products, Plump It! is totally safe, natural and allows you to control your pout using varying amounts of product. It delivers fantastic results at a fraction of the cost, whilst being kinder to your lips – it’s a win win!”
Plump It costs £19.99 and it is stated on their website that the product is vegan friendly too.