Exfoliate your lips. Removing dead skin cells not only improves the overall appearance of lips, making them look smoother and more pink, it will also stimulate blood flow to the area, creating a temporary swelling effect. Try gently brushing your lips using a toothbrush to remove the dead skin
Always moisturize your lips after exfoliating with unscented lip balm or petroleum jelly to restore softness.
You can also exfoliate your lips using a damp washcloth or by rubbing coarse sugar onto your lips.
Make a brown sugar exfoliating mix. Using sugar is a great way to moisturize your lips and exfoliate them at the same time.
To make the mixture, all you have to do is mix brown sugar with a small amount of honey or coconut oil, just enough to make the sugar stick together into a paste.
Then, using a washcloth, gently rub your lips with the mixture. The longer you rub, the more you exfoliate your lips, so be careful!
Take some Arm & Hammer. Baking soda is also a great way to exfoliate. Just make a gritty paste of soda and water, then apply it in a circular motion to your lips with a brush or your finger
Try PopCorn LipScrub
Be gentle when exfoliating lips. Extremely dry lips may bleed slightly during exfoliation. To improve lip moisture in the long run, stay properly hydrated by drinking at least 8 cups of water each day.
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