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Saturday, 18 February 2017


Hello beauties
         Lips are often viewed as a symbol of sensuality and sexuality. We all want luscious lips. But sometimes inflammation of lip occurs. This can be in several forms such as chapped lips which is very common form of inflammation.
    When some people get chapped lip they bite the dead skins. Do not do this. This will worsen your lip condition.


What to do to treat chapped lips ?                      
  •       Whenever you are getting chapped lips gently try to exfoliate it. Exfoliation will remove your dead cells.
  •      You can simply exfoliate your lips by using a regular toothbrush. Make sure that you use a soft toothbrush or the bristles may be too hard on your lips.
  •      Moisturizer your lips every now and then. Cold and dry conditions can also lead to dry lips, so you may need to do even more to moisturize your lips depending on the weather.  
  •          If you prefer natural products, then you can also use a natural oil or gel to moisturize your lips. Just dab a few drops of oil or a pea sized amount of gel onto your lips and distribute it evenly. Some good choices include:
  •         Aloe vera gel- Make sure that you choose one that is made from 100% aloe vera and that has no extra ingredients. You can also use some aloe vera fresh from an aloe vera plant.
  •         Coconut oil- This oil is solid at room temperature, so it is similar to lip balm.
  •           Olive oil- A few drops of olive oil can also moisturize dry lips.

  • Matte lip colors can dry out your lips, so it is best to avoid these types of lip color if your lips are prone to dryness. Opt for moisturizing lipsticks instead.Always apply lip balm before applying lip color, no matter what type of lipstick you use.

    •   If you decide to use a matte color, then apply a heavy layer of lip balm before applying your lipstick.


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