Legend Age Healthy Cherry Lipstick or Lip Balm is considered a premium product. This yellow paste lipstick/lip balm easily cost about the same price as YSL or Chanel lipstick but our users rather chuck these branded lipsticks aside and go with Legend Age.
Why is this so?
Made from beeswax and other natural ingredients, its ability to heal cracked, chapped and dark lips are superb while no other lip balms can do it. Its cherry essence ingredient gives users a healthy cherry color and gives your lips life. Unlike traditional lipsticks, Legend Age lipstick is not made of chemicals such as paraffin and lead, which can cause blackening and darken your lips.
Today, the Legend Age is selling one lipstick every 2.1 seconds. These moisturizing lip balms are selling so well such that people are trying to imitate how it is made and sell them on their own. These are not authorized distributors. They also resort to using lousy chemicals which are harmful to your lips.
How do you then differentiate the authentic legend age lipstick from the counterfeit?
After investigations, we have a compiled a list of proven ways to tell the authenticity of the product.
4 Ways To Tell If Your Legend Age Lipstick Is Authentic or Counterfeit
1. Check the retail price
For those who are selling below retail price and still out there, it is highly likely from people outside the official company making an imitation. This includes making the fake paste from grease and glue, which can cause severe reactions to users’ lips. We strongly urge customers to do their research before purchasing it from random marketplaces.
3. Check the packaging
There are minor details that can be spotted between a real and a fake legend age lipstick. Look out for the following differences on the packaging to differentiate the authentic and the fake one:
2. Scan the QR Code
Scan the QR code on the packaging,All officially authorized resellers are to have an authorized profile on WeChat. It should look something like that:
4. Check the color
Legend Age Lipstick consists of natural beeswax, it should be an orangey yellow, not reddish or dark pink.Bear in mind that we do not use chemicals like paraffin and lead, so the color might not be consistent for different batches due to the different batches of beeswax. Sometimes, the paste will appear a little orange, while sometimes it is bright yellow. This is perfectly ok.