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 Mouth is one of the most considerable aspects of the body that God has given us. Many person have problems with Lips during winter. Lips are one of the focal marks of your face, so make sure they look great all day long.

Get Beautiful Winter Lips

Chapped lips

In wintertime chapped lips are common problem. Cracking actually occurs due to dehydration of the lips. Fall is the appropriate time to start hydrating your lips. Hydrate your lips correctly to better fight with the rudiments of winter.

Dryness and fellered lips are not due to these rudiments, but due to Accutane or dry lip problems. Some people tend to dribbling and salivate as they sleep and this moisture, like licking your lips, and this can cause chapped lip. Try begin a good before bed habit – apply zinc oxide to your lips.

Winter lip treatment

Start using your lip balm in the fall. If your lips are extra cussed during the winter season and your lipstick is looking caked-on, try these two easy steps to get rid of dead skin on your lips.

1_ Take a soft toothbrush and run it under warm water. Then softly brush your lips to exfoliate the dead skin. Then apply the lip balm and let it pierce for a minute.

Make sure to use a lip balm that has sunscreen, to protect those healthy smooth lips from the sun. Always maintain preserve, hydrated, soft lips throughout the fall and winter. So, apply a moisturizing lipstick all the day.

Lip balms with sunscreen should be employed a ½ hour before to sun exposure and then re-applied throughout the day. Extreme weather can also result to fissured and flaking lips. To keep your lips supple, gently exfoliate them  with a soft toothbrush and  lip scrub.

2_ Dip a black tea bag in warm water and squeeze it on lips for three to four minutes. This increases moisture level on skin of lips. Dip small cotton gauze in warm refined butter (ghee) and place it on lips for 20 minutes. Use a lean coat of natural balm on your lips before applying lipsticks. Exfoliate the lips every week with a inflexible tooth brush and a pit of honey.

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