Pamper Your Lips This Winter

10 Feb

How to Winterize Your Lips

You wouldn’t let your precious car go without a winter tuneup. So why let your lips take a beating from blowing winds and cooler temperatures.

Here are some tips to make sure you can easily wear the hottest lip colors of the season.

Exfoliate Lips

Even if you discover the perfect shade of lipstick or gloss, you won’t be able to show it off if your lips are full of flakes. An easy way to exfoliate your lips is to use a wet toothbrush or cloth. Gently brush or wipe your lips to remove the dead skin cells. Follow with a lip balm to soothe and moisturize your lips.

Choose an Emollient Lip Balm for Super Dry Lips

If painfully chapped lips sneak up on you every winter, choose a lip balm with ingredients that can quickly penetrate cracks with long lasting moisture restoring qualities.

Green Beaver Après-Ski Lip Balm soothes and protects dry lips with natural plant oils and Vitamin E. The emollient quality of the lip balm gives it a smooth, glossy texture without being oily. Use this lip balm to gently protect your lips against harsh elements without petrolatum, chemical preservatives, or parabens.

Wear Lip Balm Under Lipstick or Gloss

If you can’t imagine giving up your favorite lipstick or gloss over the winter, try applying a lightweight lip balm first. The lip balm will moisturize your lips and help make the color last longer.

Burt’s Bees Beeswax Lip Balm contains coconut and sunflowers, vitamins, and essential fatty acids in a lightweight formula. Beeswax seals in hydration while peppermint oil adds a warming tingle even when temperatures drop to single digits.

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