Dial Dual Lip - an innovation for lip treatment products

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Lips are very susceptible to drying out, getting chapped and cracked easily. Frequent sun exposure in the summer and humidity in the winter can worsen lip conditions. Now there is a perfect solution.

Nest Filler's new innovation, the Dial Dual Lip (DDL) is absolutely perfect for your lip treatment products!

The pack combines two of the best. It's good for a combination of 2.8ml lip moisturizer and 2.8ml of lip scrub as the DDL helps to treat and heal chapped lips.

To enquire about this product: info@nest-filler.com.

Find out more in this video, or visit Nest Filler in Hall 20-A41 at Cosmoprof Worldwide Bologna to view it for yourself.

Nest Filler's Dial Dual Lip (DDL) is a patented product, KR patent no. 10-1730098.

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  • Jo Webb
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  • Created 17 Feb 2020
  • Modified 18 Feb 2020
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