Lip scrubs are in this fall. You may have a facial and body scrub, but do you have a dedicated lip scrub? If not, it’s time to add one to your routine. Lip care is a big deal, and these scrubs are more delicate than other types of sugar scrubs. And they should be! After all, our lips are delicate, and they deserve special treatment. Here are a few reasons why you’ll want to add lip scrubs to your daily routine.
Lip Scrubs Give You Softer, More Luxurious Lips
Sometimes lips need extra help to achieve that softer feel and appearance. You might reach for lip balm, but that alone isn’t always enough. A scrub followed by balm? Now that’s how you end up with softer, more luxurious lips. Like sugar body scrubs and facial scrubs, lip scrubs are made to exfoliate. They buff away dry, dead skin. As dry skin is exfoliated away, you’re left with a smoother, softer surface.
And when you have softer, more luxe lips, you can feel more comfortable and confident. Chapped lips can be incredibly uncomfortable. Sometimes, they can even be downright painful. With some TLC, though, it’s NBD. You can smile, chat—and kiss—knowing your lips look and feel phenomenal. And all it takes is a minute or two as part of your daily routine.
Lip Scrubs and Balms Restore Hydration and Lock in Moisture
Exfoliation doesn’t equal softer, more sumptuous lips all by itself. You want to use lip scrubs and balms made with real, wholesome, natural ingredients that give back to your lips. A simple sugar scrub can potentially dry out your lips further. But a scrub made with ingredients like agave nectar, shea butter, vitamin E, sweet almond oil, and castor oil? Now that can help make a difference.
These ingredients help nourish, hydrate, and lock in moisture. All of these are essential to achieving softer, more supple lips. After exfoliation with a scrub, using a balm helps further nourish, hydrate, and moisturize. When scrubs and balms are a regular part of your routine, you maintain that soft, luxurious feeling long-term. In the fall and going into the winter, this is a big deal.
Lip Scrubs Help Your Fight Against Dry Winter Air
During the fall and winter, you may use lip balms more frequently. Cooler air can dry out lips. Going into winter, the air tends to become even drier. This can pull moisture from your lips, making them vulnerable to drying. However, you can get ahead of this by starting a scrub/balm routine now.
Then when winter sets in, your lips will be nourished, hydrated, and protected. They’ll look and feel amazing. And you won’t have to worry about that pesky dry air. This is important for a couple of reasons. For one, lips are delicate. This thin skin can lose moisture more quickly than other types of skin. And two, your lips don’t produce natural oils in the same way as your facial skin. These natural oils are protective, too. So, the more you can do to give back to your lips—and protect them—the better. It all starts with lip scrubs and lip balms.
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