Lip Exfoliator? Yes, it exists and is necessary when faced with extreme temperatures that cause dryness and also to stop those thinning hair that can cause even bruises on the lips.
On dry, cold days, because of the low humidity of the air, the lips lose up to ten times more moisture than any other region of the body. Sensitive skin tends to become dehydrated, parched and subject to cracking. It’s no use having a perfect, white smile if your lips are lifeless and constantly dry, is not it? Think about it, a well-treated lip makes all the difference at the time of that red lipstick or even that passionate kiss.
Well, let’s introduce you to a very good and easy to make homemade lip balm.
You will only need a little honey and a little sugar.
Certainly sugar is one of the most popular natural exfoliators out there. We can use it in many occasions to renew the skin of the face and the body, to release the dead skin and next to the honey it makes the dryness disappear completely.
It is the most common option, and probably the most tasty! Calm down, you will not eat the mix, but if a little bit gets into your mouth eventually, it will not be bad either.
Some tips for you:
You can massage your lips with sugar for up to five minutes depending on the time available and how soft you want your lips to look. If you do not have brown sugar, use white sugar. And be very careful when passing the exfoliant, because at the risk of cutting the lips so nothing to do quickly and forcefully. Also, try to maintain an interval of not less than one week between sessions, so as not to overuse the skin.
In addition to being uncomfortable, the hair that appears when our lips are parched knock down the effect of any lipstick. So moisturizing is very important. Beautiful, well-treated lips result in a smoother, healthier mouth and still make the lipstick look better.