What Are Some Natural Remedies for Lip Exfoliation?

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Every girl who loves beauty treats skincare as a top priority, but it is easy to forget about lip care. In the winter, lips can easily get dry and chapped due to the lack of moisture in the air and sometimes extreme temperatures making a moisture and exfoliation plan important. Then when summer comes, the hot summer sun will not only darken the skin on our bodies, but it can also dim our lips.

Therefore, summer lip skincare is also particularly important, especially lip exfoliation, the most important step in lip care! Today, let’s take a look at some simple exfoliating treatments you can make at home with items and ingredients you probably already have access too.

Remedy ONE: Exfoliation With a Hot Towel

What you need

  • Hot towels
  • Paper towels

How to use

  • Heat up some water. You can use the water straight from your sink or warm it up more on the stove or in the microwave.
  • Soak the towel(s) in the hot water.
  • Remove and wring out excess water (you can dump out what is left).
  • Put it on your lips gently for about three minutes.
  • Remove the hot towel and wipe off the dead skin and horniness with a soft paper towel.

Efficacy

A hot compress can remove excess horniness, a mild, simple, and convenient method.

Remedy TWO: Exfoliation with White Sugar

What you need

  • White sugar
  • Hot towels

How to use

  • Follow remedy one to make a hot towelLeave the hot towel on your lips for three minutes.
  • Apply a small amount of white sugar to your lips.
  • Massage sugar into lips gently with your finger.
  • Allow the sugar to melt completely.
  • Rinse off with clean water.
  • Finally, apply lip balm.

Efficacy

The exfoliation effect of sugar is very good, but you have to be gentle when you are using it to ensure you don’t cut your lips.

Remedy THREE: Exfoliation with Vaseline

Exfoliation with Vaseline

What you need

  • Vaseline
  • Soft Bristle Toothbrush

How to use

  • Clean your lips with water.
  • Gently brush off the dead skin with a soft toothbrush.
  • Wash the lips again with water.
  • Apply Vaseline directly to the lips
  • Massage them slightly.

Efficacy

Brushing the lips with a soft bristle brush can quickly clean up the dead skin on the surface of the lips and is very mild. Vasaline provides needed nourishment to your lips.

Remedy FOUR: Exfoliation with Oatmeal

What you need

  • Oatmeal
  • Milk
  • Honey

How to use

  • Grind oatmeal slightly.
  • Add milk and stir.
  • Add honey and mix well.
  • Wash your lips.
  • Smear the lip mask on your lips.
  • Cover with a layer of fresh-keeping film.
  • Massage lips gently and leave for 10 minutes.
  • Wash away with clean water after 10 minutes.

Efficacy

Oats and honey not only remove dead skin, but they replenish and moisturize.

Remedy FIVE: Exfoliation with Fine Salt Water

What you need

  • Fine salt
  • Boiled water

How to use

  • Boil a cup of water.
  • Add a half of teaspoon of salt to the water.
  • When the fine salt is dissolved, let the water cool.
  • Massage your lips with the saltwater.

Efficacy

Fine salt is a great material for exfoliating lips as they can remove excess horniness while reducing inflammation and sterilization.

Disclaimer: Salt is more irritating. People with damaged lip skin, thinner cutin, and more sensitive skin should not exfoliate with salt.

Remedy SIX: Exfoliation with Vitamin E and Fine Salt

What you need

  • Vitamin E capsules
  • Fine salt
  • Honey

How to use

  • Open Vitamin E capsule and dump it into the bowl.
  • Add ⅛ teaspoon of salt.
  • Add a few tablespoons of honey.
  • Apply a hot-towel to the lip for 3 minutes.
  • Gently apply the solution to the lip and keep it for ten minutes.
  • Wash with warm water.

Efficacy

Vitamin E supplies nourishment and moisturization to the lips while the fine salt can remove dead skin allowing for the alleviation of lip lines.

Remedy SEVEN: Exfoliation with Yogurt and Lemon

natural remedies for lip exfoliation

What you need

  • Yogurt
  • Lemon
  • Cotton swabs
  • Fresh-keeping film

How to use

  • Put 1 tablespoon yogurt into a bowl.
  • Cut the lemon in half.
  • Squeeze out 3 drops of lemon juice and mix well with yogurt.
  • Refrigerate for 15 minutes.
  • Dip a cotton swab into the mask and apply it to the lips.
  • Wrap lips with fresh-keeping film for 15 minutes.
  • Remove and wash with warm water.
  • Apply lip balm.

Efficacy

Yogurt and lemon can soften the skin surface, effectively remove lip horniness, accelerate metabolism. This method is simple and economical. It is best to use it once a week or twice a week.

Disclaimer: At the beginning of the use, the lips will have an astringent tension feeling, and after a while, you will be able to adapt. If the horniness of your lip is thicker, the softened dander will appear after use, and gently wipe it off with a clean cotton swab.

Remedy EIGHT: Exfoliate with Honey, Brown Sugar and Olive Oil

What you need

  • Brown sugar
  • Honey
  • Olive oil

How to use

  • Put a tablespoon of brown sugar into a bowl.
  • Add a little honey and a tablespoon of olive oil.
  • Stir evenly to combine.
  • Wet your lips with warm water.
  • Apply the mask.
  • Massage with your fingers.
  • Wash off.

Efficacy

Olive oil has a moisturizing effect, honey has an anti-bacterial effect, and brown sugar is a natural sanding scrub.

Disclaimer: Horniness has the effect of protecting the skin and helping the skin lock water. If you thin the cutin too much, the skin will become extremely sensitive. Therefore, it is recommended to do exfoliation care up to once a week. Women under the age of 25 can exfoliate on a slightly more regular basis.

Conclusion

Lip care is extremely important but does not have to be expensive if you make your own exfoliants and masks. You can choose and try out any of the above recipes to figure out what is best for your own personal needs. The good news is they are all affordable, and chances are you already have some if not all of the ingredients needed. Lip care can help keep your lips healthy and moisturized during all four seasons, as well as making a smooth canvas for the application of makeup.

Kana Z

Kana Z

I am a writer focussing on beauty, cosmetics, skincare, haircare and body care. I have a special interest in establishing solutions for problem skin. I have being working and studing with some of the world’s top skincare experts, hairstylists, makeup artists, perfume creators, photographers and models. I also currently write for websites of the skincare brand. My Specialties: beauty, journalism, skincare, haircare, cosmetics and problem skin.

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