Chapstick vs. Lip Scrub
Addicted to chapstick? Do you find yourself reapplying lip balm and chapstick all the time? It’s because your lips aren’t really being hydrated! Most balms and chapsticks are made with dangerous chemicals and using them more than once a week is extremely detrimental.
To top it off, if the dead skin cells are not removed before application of lip product, you’re not really doing anything to remedy the problem of chapped and cracked lips.
What is a lip scrub?
Lip scrub is an exfoliating product designed specifically for removing dead skin cells from the sensitive lip area. While there are numerous body exfoliating creams on the market, they tend to have a strong odor, unpleasant taste, and may contain ingredients that should not be used in close proximity to the mouth.
Why use a lip scrub?
The purpose of using a lip scrub or any other exfoliating agent is to remove dead skin cells that tend to dull the natural glow of the skin.
What can you do about chapped lips?
At this point, lip balm will not help to remedy the problem unless the dead skin cells are removed first. A scrub can be used for this action; gently rubbing the lips with a toothbrush or a washcloth could produce the same results.
What’s the best way to apply it?
Apply the scrub all over the lips and gently rub in a circular motion before rinsing. Since Beauty For Real’s Lip Revival Sugar Scrub is made of all-natural ingredients, it is edible AND safe to use daily.
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