Season Change Lips

Winter is better to pass the time with exploring. Winter likes more the moisture in our skin. And, the most victims of the winter are our lips. They become moisture-less first and starts to dry and chapping.

Lip Care For Winter

  • It is not a secret that as much as we love to keep ourselves cosy and drink coffee in winter we have to fight off different lip conditions caused by the dry and cold weather.
  • One of these is the chapped lips that not only look bad, but are also painful.
  • There are certain things that you can do to counter the effects of chapped lips.

Just follow few steps to care for your lips

  • First of all you need to fill warm water in a bowl and dip a clean washed cloth in it and then hold it against your lips till it cools down.
  • Repeat this at least three times.
  • Wrinse out all water from the cloth and gently rub it on your lips to  remove all dead skin from your lips.
  • Then apply Vaseline or petroleum jelly on you lips and after half an hour you can apply lip balm on them.

Lip Care For Summers

Just like winters summer too comes with its own share of skin problems.

  • For your lips exposure to the sun and lack of hydration can lead to chapping.
  • There are different things that you can do to protect them that include using a lip balm once a day to offer your lips a rich source of moisturizing content.
  • It is recommended that you get a lip balm that has sunscreen as lips, like our skin, can easily get discoloured or dehydrated when exposed to sun.

Apart from a lip balm it is advised that you keep yourself hydrated by drinking lots of water every day. It is ideal that you start drinking up to 8 glasses everyday to keep yourself fully hydrated so that your lips don’t get dry, cracked and chapped.

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