Like every other part of your body, lips need a good dose of exfoliation.
Sugar is one of the best exfoliants because it’s also a humectant,
meaning it can retain moisture.
Rub the mixture into your lips, removing any flakey or dead skin.
Rinse off the remaining mixture for smoother lips.
You can also try applying petroleum jelly to your lips and
exfoliating by massaging them with a damp cloth.
Apply the cloth in a gentle, circular motion to remove dead skin.
Unlike the rest of your skin, lips tend to dry out and
become chapped easily since they do not contain oil glands.
Drink lots of water to keep lips from drying out,
and avoid licking your lips, which also saps moisture.
So it’s SUPER IMPORTANT that your daytime lip product includes an SPF 15 or higher sunscreen.
At night switch to a moisturzing product to help combat nighttime dryness.
We often swipe on lip balm on the go or when lips are feeling dry,
but don’t forget to apply before bed!
A rich coat will work overnight to keep your lips moisturized
and ready to take on the next day.
Reapply : Remember to reapply sun protective lip product every two hours, especially after eating or drinking.
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