Care for your Lips and Protect them this Summer

Summer is here and you need to take care of your lips in the hot and humid weather as well. The lip skin is not hairy and does not have sweat glands. Therefore, it does not have the usual protection layer of sweat and body oils which keep the skin smooth, inhibit pathogens, and regulate warmth. Caring for your lips does not require much effort and can really make them look beautiful. Here are some great lip care tips you should follow.

Protect Your Lips from the Sun 

Your skin is not the only thing you need to protect from the sun. It is equally important to protect your lips from the sun’s harsh rays. If you do not protect your lips, they can get sunburned and become very dry. Before you go out in the sun, apply a chap stick that contain

Exfoliate Your Lips 

If you want your lips to look smooth and pretty, you have to exfoliate them at least once a week. Exfoliating your lips will remove dead skin, leaving them smooth and supple. Just apply a scrub to your lips with your fingers in circular motions. Do not scrub too hard; scrubbing your lips too roughly will leave them irritated.

Stop Picking Your Lips 

Do you tend to pick your lips? If so, you need to stop right now. Picking your lips will just leave them dry and sore. If your lips are very chapped, you should just exfoliate them.

Use Lipice

It is not necessary to spend a lot of money on different lip glosses when you can just use Lipice Sheer Color. Lipice Sheer Color contains Deep Moisture Complex Formula which moisturizes and enriches the lips. The ingredients in it also saves the lips from the Sun’s harmful UV Rays.




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