If you’re anything like me, you’re still wearing face masks pretty often in public places. Between that and the temperatures starting to drop, my lips are craving moisture. But I still want a little something extra, a little color to bump up my look. That’s where Tula’s Christina Milian’s Lip SOS Lip Treatment Balm in Pink Coconut comes in. It’s a new and improved version of Tula’s lip-softening balm but with a universally flattering light pink tint. It’s Milian’s first-ever skincare collab! And you’re going to love it as much as I do.

“I’ve always been inspired by Tula’s commitment to inspire confidence, and felt that their clean approach, and being a doctor-founded and female-led brand, was perfectly aligned with what I wanted to represent in my first-ever skincare product partnership,” Milian says. “I’ve always been the person to have 40+ lip products on rotation without ever having the perfect one.” That’s how this “my lips but better” tinted balm came about.

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“I’ll reapply it throughout the day to keep my lips hydrated and nourished,” continues the singer/songwriter. “I’m incredibly proud to have worked together with Tula and created one that I think nails it…Plus, it has this natural, delicious, coconut island scent from the coconut oil, so what’s not to like!?”

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If you haven’t felt Tula’s Lip Treatment Balm before on your dry lips, now is the time. The formula is enriched with a proprietary blend of prebiotics and probiotic extracts to help improve skin smoothness, as well as hyaluronic acid and vitamin E for hydration and antioxidant protection. So not only do lips feel soft and moisturized, they’re protected from environmental elements. Like Christina says, what’s not to like?

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