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Who doesn’t want that glowing pink lips? While most of the girls love wearing lip colours and gloss, you can’t get that perfect pout unless you take good care of your lips.
Though it’s like your skin, understanding the differences between the lip and skin in other parts of your body is important to take care of your lips.
The skin on our lips is much thinner making them prone to cracks and chaps.
Lips have very few oil glands and hence has no ability to generate oils that helps to protect your skin.
Lip problems including cracks, chaps are caused mainly due to the environment conditions. While winters are the season you have more problems, its also the sun, dry air will equally dry your lips.
1. Avoid Dehydration
Dehyrdration is the major cause of dry lips. Ensure you drink enough water. Add fruits and juices to your routine. Having a check on your food helps too. Vitamins and other nutrients reflect directly on the health of your lips.
2. Avoid touching or licking your lips
As your lip does not contain any protection on its own, licking directly affects your lips. Touching your lips again makes your lips vulnerable to infection because of the dirt in your hand and also you tend to prick the skin on your lips if its chapped or split. Whenever you feel your lips dry or you have an itch to lick, just sip some water.
3. Scrub your lips
Scrubbing your lips ensures the dead skin cells are removed and your lips stay healthy. Find a natural lip scrub or make one at home using sugar, any oil and lemon or honey.
4. Massage your lips
Take few drops of your favourite oil. Go for a carrier oil like The Zero Skin’s Rosehip Oil which is rich in fatty acids like omega 3 and 6, which also assists in skin regeneration, repair and healing.
5. Always carry a lip balm
Any time your lip gets try don’t forget to apply a lip balm that helps you get enough moisturization. Try to ensure you moisturise your lips overnight too. Go for a lip balm that is natural made of oils, butters & waxes. Their chemical counterparts though they work, it will not help you in long run as they have chemicals like parabens, petrolatum, chemical sunscreens and artificial flavours.
We are not a great fan of sunscreen(though you can use one) as most of them are chemical based as there are not much natural oils which can behave as a powerful sunscreen.
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