How could I not try this product? The name amuses me and it comes in amusing packaging. It also helped that I love Soap and Glory Great Shakes Hand Cream (Read Beauty and Fashion Tech Review).
Well, motherpucker indeed! This stuff works! I have come across a few lip plumpers that I thought provided a bit of plumping. The best usually have been pretty expensive and the results minimal. This one gave me noticeable results, at least for a short (perhaps too short) while, and at $10, the price is not all that bad. It isn’t for the faint of heart though. Lip plumpers tend to work by irritating the lips, which makes them swell. So they generally tingle quite a bit. I love the tingle that plumpers give, but this one was almost too much for me. It was pretty intense. I suppose that is also why it seemed to actually work. The light tint and the overall gloss is nice too. It isn’t sticky either!
One extra observation though: while this one worked, it didn’t last all that long. So be prepared to reapply to keep the plumping action going.
Soap and Glory products are available at a big box retailer with a big red bulls eye on the store.