What are 5 best ingredients for your lips
Having chapped lips is frustrating long enough to deal with hurting while laugh, being self-conscious cause they might even bleed… And no matter how many times you reapply your chapstick, dryness keeps you haunted.
Let’s start with your chapstick.
Many chapsticks claim to contain petroleum, which is often mixed with carcinogenic chemicals. It’s a cheap moisturizing ingredient advertised to be “safe”, so companies continue to use it.
Raw honey exfoliates without being overly harsh on your skin. Papaya is a great source of natural enzymes that help break down the buildup on lips, leaving them softer and more.
2. Natural oils
Natural oils to try for your lips:
• Coconut oil
• Olive oil
• Jojoba oil
• Almond oil
• Sunflower oil
There are benefits to applying natural oils on your lips:
• Absorbable: Oils are easily absorbed into the skin, so they tend to moisturize on a deeper level than artificial ingredients.
• Essential acids: Oils are full of essential fatty acids, which help protect the skin from environmental stressors and moisturize skin—resulting in a plumper, fresher-looking appearance.
• Antioxidant Property: These protect the skin from environmental stressors.
3. Aloe and Vitamin E
Want to add an extra boost to your skincare? Try adding some aloe and Vitamin E. Aloe and Vitamin E help to soothe and evens the skin tone. Mix some vitamin E capsule with aloe extract and appy it over
4. Beetroot, Carrot Juice, or Pomegranate
Lipsticks are especially drying during winter, and lip glosses are usually just as harmful. If that’s not given enough of a reason to make you switch to natural we have more, studies have shown that many branded lipsticks are contaminated with lead.
But look around! Nature has some beautiful colors around you, and you can incorporate them to naturally beautify yourself.
5. Green Tea
Using an anti-aging serum for your face? It’s time to give your lips the same care!
Green tea is considered one of the most potent natural anti-aging ingredients there is. Not only is it a powerful antioxidant, but it also soothes and reduces the fine lines and wrinkles. Give it a try by dipping cotton balls into green tea and apply them on the lips overnight.
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