We all know the pain of cracked, dry lips, so today I am here to suggest some tips to help!
Sometimes applying loads and loads of chapstick is not the answer to dry, chapped lips.
Just like our skin our lips need exfoliation.Therefore, in order for our lip moisturizers to do their job, they need a fresh exfoliated surface to work with. There are many ways to exfoliate your lips, you can: Use a toothbrush to scrub your lips, or a towel. You can even use scotch tape (place tape on lips and slowly peel off), or you can use a lip scrub, which you can find at most places, or you can make your own using sugar and oils.
After you have exfoliated, follow up with your favorite lip moisturizer.
My current favorite is Lip Service by LUSH.
So this winter make sure you don’t forget to exfoliate your lips!
It’s getting around that time of year, when the air gets colder and dryer. This means time to add exfoliation into our beauty regime if it is not already! Exfoliating is very good for your skin, and not just your face but your whole body!
Check out this super quick and easy DIY body scrub, perfect for fall!
You need sugar and oil! The sugar and oil can changed depending on your personal preference. When choosing a sugar to use, keep in mind the grain size. Smaller grains will not feel as rough on the skin, so light brown sugar would be best for sensitive skin.
For my scrub I used Brown Sugar and Olive Oil.
2 Cups Brown Sugar
1 Cup Olive Oil
You can make how ever much of the scrub you want, just use two parts sugar and one part oil.
Enjoy and have a happy fall!
I know we have all had this problem at one time. You’re getting ready to go shopping or to dinner and when you’re about to walk out the door you realize you left a trail of white deodorant streaks all along your pretty new shirt.
Well this little trick can help you minimize those deodorant stains and take very little time.
All you need is a pair of bathing suit bottoms.
I hope you enjoy this Fun Tip Friday!!
Take you bathing suit bottoms and turn them inside out.
Then rub the inner lining of the bathing suit on your deodorant marks and voila it’s gone!
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