Dry lips natural remedies to moisturize them

Dry lips: natural remedies to moisturize them

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Lips can be sensual, fun, make mohines, smile, be used to eat, kiss, talk, squeeze them when we are upset and, above all, use them to put on the most beautiful lip paints. However, all those wonderful things can be affected by dry and split lips.

Sometimes because of cold or windy weather or from using poor quality cosmetics or from running your tongue to moisten them, the lips dry out. It is convenient not to reach that situation, not only because of the aesthetic aspect, but also because it is not convenient to have open wounds on the lips, which are always the door to possible infections.

If you have a habit of wetting your lips, you should do everything you can to avoid it. It’s nothing sexy. If you live in cold or windy weather, your lips should always be properly hydrated and protected. Here are some natural remedies for dry lips:

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1 Miscellaneous oils

1 Miscellaneous oils

If your lips are dry, they need an emollient product that will return them to their natural state. For this, natural oils are perfect. Of course, olive oilis always perfect for it. You can have a little bit of a plate and apply it with your finger or with a cotton.

Another highly recommended oil is coconut oil. In addition, it has the advantage that its smell is delicious.

You can also use almond oil. In that case there is a recipe that mixes almond oil with beeswax, heats it until diluted, mixes it and lets it cool. Then you can apply it to your lips as if it were a cream.

2 Honey

2 Honey

Honey is not only delicious and very healthy, it is also very suitable for healing irritated and dry skin and works perfectly well to moisturize your lips. In this case take a tablespoon of honey, put it on a plate and with your finger apply it to your lips. Try not to eat it. Just leave it there for 20 minutes a day and you’ll see the difference.

3 Various butters

3 Various butters

When we talk about butters we usually refer to the natural fat of some plant and animal species.

In this case, my favorite is cocoa butter. It is usually extracted in the process of manufacturing cocoa in chocolate. Cocoa butter has a delicious aroma and is also highly moisturizing. In many places they sell it in bars or in small pots to apply it when necessary.

Also shea butter is widely used for this, as it has protective and healing properties.

4 Aloe vera

4 Aloe vera

Aloe vera is another magical product that is convenient to always have at home and that is wonderful for the skin. Take an aloe vera penca, remove the skin and let the pulp rest. You can put it in the fridge for a more refreshing effect. Apply it 3 times a day until your lips are hydrated and soft.

5 Other products

5 Other products

Although they are much less attractive, there are other options that seem too complicated to prepare or in other cases that are easy to prepare but with an unpleasant smell: it is the case of people who use lard, butter, margarine, castor oil, a little crushed avocado, pass a slice of cucumber over their lips, soybean oil or macadamia oil. All of them will nourish and improve the hydration of your skin.

When the weather is cold or windy, don’t go outside without properly protecting your lips with a light layer of cocoa butter or shea. If you use long-lasting lipsticks, be careful that they are very dry, if so, try not to use them constantly. Once you get home, remove the makeup and apply coconut oil to moisturize them.

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