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It is not easy to maintain the basic lip care regimens and gain pretty pinkish fuller lips, everytime.
Think of your lips as a sponge: When exposed to moisture, they absorb water and plump up. When dehydrated, they dry out and shrink.
So, because they’re always exposed, they’re bring about dehydration, particularly during the windy spring months.
Let’s start how you can take care of your lips.
Keep your body hydrated Drink a lot of water and use a humidiefer in your living space to make indoor air less dry. It is important to never lick your lips, Licking dry lips seems like it would help, but it actually makes things worse.The reason why is in enzymes in your saliva, which are used to break down food, will actually dry out your skin even faster.
- Exfoliate when necessary.
When you brush your teeth at morning, rub your lips also softly with your brush. It removes the dry skin from the lips. So, your lips look fresh and impurities free. Massaging the lips with the brush increases the blood flow that is liable to look your lips reddish. And all love reddish lips! No doubt. If you prefer you can use alternatively a lip scrub. You can do it yourself mixing equal parts honey, olive oil and sugar.
- Use relief products
The best product for yours chapped lips are jojoba oil, shea butter, coconut oil, aloe vera, almond oil and E-vitamin gel.
- Overdo the lipbalm
To protect your lips from getting over-dried, apply a lip balm in different moments of the day or anyway when you feel your lips more chapped.
If your lips are really chapped, get some lip balm with ceramides. These special chemicals are super-hydrating and restore lost moisture while providing a protective layer.
- Protect from UV
Lips are susceptible to sunburn since they lack melanin, the pigment that helps shield skin from the sun. Apply a layer of a sun-protective product daily.
Okay girls, now you are ready to go outside. Smile freely and startle your friends. I am sure, now your friends want to know how you made your lips so attractive.