Thursday, November 10, 2011

Tips & recipes that leave your lips soft and kissable

Normally, the lip care is a relatively trouble-free. We take care of the teeth, apply a lip balm or lipstick, and we are good to go. But there are times when our attention is directed, usually when we know we know the pain, inflammation, or to find some kind of lips.

There are a few things you should know about the lips, in order to obtain the best Lip service is possible.

Similar to body care bases, the first rule must hydrate.

Like other parts of our body, the skin of the lips is the epidermis and dermis. However, unlike other parts of the body, the dermis of the skin of the lips do not have hair or sweat glands. What this means is that this area is directly exposed to environmental conditions, with almost no protection. Lubrication is absent and is often a cause of chapped lips or cracked lips, even serious.

This fact means that we need to rehydrate or lubricate the lips.

Tips to help you:

• Drink plenty of water, moisten your skin, including lips.

• Avoid bad weather. If this is impossible, be sure to always protect your lips with a lip balm.

• Try the lip balms on a regular basis. If you wait until you have chapped lips, the recovery will take longer.

• Do not lick your lips or your fingers to remove the skin. It irritates the skin and slows down all the activities We are investing in care of the lips.

• Make sure you take vitamin supplements. Often cracks in the corners of the mouth indicates a lack of vitamin B2

Start off with a lip scrub recipe:
1 teaspoon of honey
1 teaspoon of baking soda
Olive oil
Mix honey and baking ingredients until the mass resembles a paste.
Apply the mix on your lips and leave it on for a couple of minutes.
Gently rub the lips.
Wash of with lukewarm water
Let the lips dry out and then apply olive oil. It will help the lips hydrate.
There is also a recipe that is very simple, too. Apply unsalted butter on your lips occasionally. That's it. It has the same effect as the olive oil.


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