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Simple Home Remedies and Tips to Care For and Protect Your Lips

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In an experiment, Dr. Geoff Beattie found out that lips are the most sensual part of a woman’s body and play an important role in human physical attraction. Not only that but having healthy, hydrated lips increases self-confidence. So here I am to help you get perfect-hydrated lips with a few tips and only natural ingredients, easy to find!

When it comes to caring for and protecting lips, a good exfoliation is just as important as hydration, and I got you covered. Using home remedies to care for and protect your lips has, of course, some advantages: they are economical and prepped with natural elements, without any trace of toxic ingredients. They’re excellent remedies for nourishing and moisturizing dry lips and eliminating loose skin.

Awesome, Yet Simple Home Remedies for Lips

Here is a list of remedies to care for and protect your lips naturally, at home, for free.

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olive oil treatment

Olive oil

It’s an ideal remedy for hydrating lips, mostly if you use lipstick often. BTW, did you turn to organic lipsticks already? If you want, you can combine olive oil with almond and avocado oil. First, moisten a piece of cotton with olive oil (preferably extra virgin) and apply it to chapped or dry lips. Next, take a gauze or a cotton ball and dip it in a mixture of sugar and olive oil. Apply slowly, using gentle circular movements. That’ll scrub and hydrate your lips at the same time!

honey treatment for lips

Honey

Honey has several nutritional properties and is also beneficial for the lips, being intense hydrating, and filled with antioxidants. To take advantage of it, take some honey, apply it to your lips, and leave it on until it dries. Make an effort and don’t lick it; IK it’s tasty. Plus, you can combine it with Vaseline. In this way, you can count on the antibacterial and healing effects of honey and the skin protection of Vaseline. Apply the mix at night, before you hit the hay.

avocado for lips

Avocado

Smearing avocado on your lips and leaving it for a few seconds is a convenient solution. This fruit is rich in vitamin A and vit C, deeply hydrating your lips. With some avocado pulp and a drop of olive oil, you can make a powerful natural remedy to apply on your lips. They will be soft, silky, and veeery moisturized.

coconut butter and oil

Other oils and fats

Applying a little coconut oil several times a day will help cracked lips heal — it’s often suggested for use in cold and dry climates. Applying cocoa butter also helps to combat dry lips. It can be layered twice a day on the lips for faster results.

aloe vera for lips

Aloe vera

Aloe vera is a highly effective lip moisturizer that also has a significant healing effect due to its 75 potentially active constituents: vitamins A, C, and E, enzymes, minerals, sugars, lignin, saponins, salicylic acid, and amino acids. Apply aloe vera gel daily and you’ll lips will hydrate in no time. Trust me!

Cucumber

Rubbing your lips with a slice of cucumber will help you keep your lips hydrated. Cucumber is known to have the ability to refresh the skin and is ideal for removing dark circles and puffiness under your eyes, as well as moisturizing (thanks to its high water content). Thus, it’s OK rubbing your entire face with it!

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Beeswax care for lips

Beeswax

Yellow bleached wax or white beeswax helps to moisturize dry lips. If you want, you can personalize by adding essential oils. Here is where you can learn to make your lip balm with beeswax.

almond oil

Almond oil

Almond oil is useful for dry and chapped lips because it has softening and moisturizing properties. How to prepare a natural remedy for lips with almond oil? A good option is to make a paste, crushing this nut a little, and mixing it with essential oils.

Tips to Protect Your Lips

If you’re out, it’d be great to use a balm on your lips. Afterward, you can apply lipstick that has sunscreen, equal to or greater than 15 SPF. Drinking two liters of water a day will help to have better-hydrated lips. Also, don’t lick your lips in an attempt to drench ’em. Although dryness is indeed relieved instantly, you will end up having even drier lips, as the saliva is rich in salty minerals. Also, the tongue has acids that cause dry lips. Plus, you must make sure you’re using the right mouthwash and toothpaste for the lips. Some products have been observed to cause dryness. More than that, you can take vitamin supplements — vitamin B2 deficiency may be behind chapped lips.

How to Remove Dead Skin from the Lips

Various causes such as wind, cold, and sun cause dryness, and unsightly flakes can also appear. To shed away dead skin, follow these steps:

What do you need?

  1. Some hot water
  2. A cotton ball
  3. A bit of honey

What should you do?

  1. First, put the cotton ball in hot water.
  2. Then, apply it on your lips with gentle touches for a few seconds, exerting a little pressure.
  3. The dead skin will come off faster thanks to the hot water.
  4. Layer on your lips a few drops of honey.
  5. Finally, use this home remedy daily to get better results in less time.

To end, among the benefits of these derms-approved remedies to care for and protect the lips, it stands out that they are 100% natural. So, being chemical-free, allergic reactions are a few or non-existent. Finally, they are low-cost, easy and fun to DIY.


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