Like the eyes and the eyebrows, our lips can also raise our face’s appeal. Lips begin to become dark due to pollution and the excessive use of harsh cosmetics and over time lose their natural beauty. It’s almost impossible to ignore them once your lips are chapped.
And guess what, we have to rely on cosmetics even more. But what if you could find ways to break the cycle? Doesn’t it sound good?
Homemade Honey Lip Scrub
Honey is a humectant, so it’s moisturizing the skin A little honey mixed with sugar (to gently exfoliate) and gently rubbed almond oil onto the lips will moisturize and slough off dead skin.
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Use Lipsticks Sparingly
Lipsticks are basically a combination of wax, pigments, perfume, oils, and alcohol. And various types of wax, oils and pigments are used in combination to get the desired product. Chemicals are not the best choice for direct contact with the skin as often individually, just using lipsticks if you need them the most. They contain chemicals that are not good for your lips. Make sure you’re moisturizing your lips. Go for a regular use of a tinted lip balm instead of a lipstick.
Use a very gentle scrub with the softest toothbrush you can find to exfoliate one or two times a day if it doesn’t sound enticing to slather honey and sugar in your mouth. Skin cells undergo a continuous process of replacing the outer layer of dead cells with a fresh layer of cells. This is the skin cycle which holds smooth and firm. But if this layer isn’t fully shed, then your skin looks sluggish and dead. The same things do your lips as well.
Drink Lots Of Water
We say the eyes are the key to the soul, and if so, the lips are the key to your water consumption. It will reveal one of the first positions on their lips when someone is dehydrated. Drink minimum of 8 glasses a day. Water accounts for about 50 to 60% of our body.
It is then evident that holding the correct percentage is only necessary, or the results will also show on your body. To order to maintain the natural moisture of your lips, it is essential to maintain the natural color of your lips by drinking plenty of water all day long.
Use Lip Products with SPF
Exposure to the sun’s harsh rays can cause darkening of the lips. UV rays on your lips have the same harmful effect as they do on your hair. When you need to spend your day outside, always use SPF-containing lip products to protect your lips.
Avoid Biting And Licking Your Lips
To achieve smooth, kissable lips, you need to be gentle. This means you should not biting or rubbing your lips. Biting causes damage (for obvious reasons), while rubbing or liking your lips, moisture can be removed and your lips dry. Instead of applying it to the mouth, Saliva appears to wash out the moisture. Therefore, dermatologists warn us not to lick the lips and keep them moist as you dry them out further and this may result in the lips being darker.
Mix a little honey with almond oil, put on your lips this mixture, relax and leave overnight.
Simply apply Vaseline blended with a few drops of olive oil.
One of the most easy and simplest ways to keep your skin smooth and smooth is to get your beauty sleep. Sleep on your back to protect your lips and facial skin from rubbing and injury. Use a moisturizer to keep the lips moist and soft while you’re sleeping.
Before you go to bed, add a thin layer of fine, old-fashioned petroleum jelly to cover the lips. Jelly of petroleum is also called an Occlusive agent. This basically means it creates a membrane that keeps your skin locked with hydration and moisture.