Wednesday, August 24, 2016

How To Get Soft Kissable Lips Using Sugar: Yum!






  Handmade sugar lip scrubs are an exfoliating product designed to removing dead skin cells from the sensitive lip area. Even though there are lots of exfoliating creams on the market, they have a strong odor, undesirable taste, and contain ingredients that should not be used in close to the mouth. A handmade sugar scrubs for the lips offer the benefits (which is soft kissable lips) without the unpleasant attributes of other exfoliating creams give.

So, let's get into the nitty gritty of how a sugar lip scrub (click the link to try it out) works:

Dead Skin Removed
The main reason to use a handmade sugar scrub is to remove dead skin cells from the lip area that tend to dull and dry the natural glow of the lip. The skin on the lips gets excessively dry, the dead skin cells can begin to flake off, which produces peeling, cuts on lips (they can bleed) or chapped lips.  A scrub can be used by gently rubbing the lips with a toothbrush, washcloth or finger to bring about the same results. Some people think that lip balm alone with cure their dry lips, but unless the DEAD and DRY skin is removed you are just wasting product as the lip balm won't work on the healthy skin on your lips.








So, now that the lip scrub has removed dead skin, time for the balm!

Keep moisture in with balm, beeswax balm
Our handmade lip balm contains:
1. Beeswax
2. Olive Oil
3. Shea Butter
4. Mango Butter
5. Coco Butter

What do these ingredients do? Let me tell you... I will start with beeswax first, beeswax (click the link to try it out) locks in moisture and has long lasting protection. Beeswax is also anti-inflammatory to soothe the skin on your lips from any irritants and anti-bacterial, to keep germs and toxins out (like those that can be found in most lip sticks / lippies / lip stains). It also contains Vitamin A (Vitamin A: has a similar cellular structure to our skin that helps in reprogramming the damaged skin cells that dry / chapped / cut lips back to normal). Ok, so what about the rest of them right...read more of the other benefits and features of the other four ingredients in our blog post (click here)


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