Natural scrubs and homemade masks will make your lips plump and moisturized for a long time.
Changing the weather causes cracks and peeling of the skin of the lips, so they should be moisturized.
How to keep lips soft
Most importantly: make sure your lips are always moist. The body needs moisture. Chapped lips can be a sign of dehydration and therefore a lack of water. Drink plenty of water throughout the day to keep your skin healthy and youthful.
Second, moisturize your lips with natural products.
Some examples of natural lip care products: lip balms, lip gloss, plumper’s and lipsticks.
Third, as you know, lip scrubs are an excellent ‘scraping’ tool to remove dead skin cells.
IT IS VERY EASY:
– half a teaspoon of sugar
– half a teaspoon of olive oil
– half a teaspoon of honey
Simply apply mixed sugar, olive oil and honey on your lips, then gently massage your lips. “Scrubbing” the mouth is very helpful. It should be applied at least once a week.
Masks and remedies for the night can significantly improve the condition of the skin of the lips. They will work all night long to refresh and soften the skin.
To keep your lips soft and moist, you need one or more natural ingredients:
– Aloe Vera
– Coconut oil
– Green tea bag (preferably organic)
HOW TO USE:
Aloe Vera :
Apply natural aloe Vera gel to your lips. Leave the gel on overnight and remove it in the morning. Aloe Vera removes dead skin cells and helps soften the skin.
Place a slice of cucumber on your lips. Cucumber juice should moisturize your lips. Leave the juice on for 10 minutes and then wash it off. Cucumbers contain great moisturizers.
Apply a small amount of coconut oil to your lips. Add 1-2 drops of tea tree oil as an additional ingredient. Rinse off the oil or leave it on lips overnight for treatment.
brew green tea in a glass of hot water. Leave the tea for about five minutes. Cool to a comfortable temperature and place the tea bag in your mouth for a few minutes.