Do you Have Chapped Lips? Here’s How To Get Rid Of This Inconvenient Problem

Too high temperatures combined with wind gust can very easily cause lips to crack and crack. Regardless of the season, you have to take care of your own and, implicitly, of your lips. If you have chapped lips and you are tired of this problem, here are some tricks that will give you the softness and the beauty of your lips.

Iron

If it’s summer, take this opportunity! Your lips need iron and vitamin B to keep moisture, so you have to consume as many green vegetables as possible. Spinach, lettuce, onion, and garlic, broccoli, asparagus or zucchini are your allies this summer.

Hydration

Our body is 70% water, so water is absolutely necessary. Water helps the skin maintain its beauty, suppleness, and brightness, and this also applies to the lips. Drink at least 2 liters of water daily to prevent dryness and lips cracking.

Balm

Every woman should have a lip balm as fast as possible on hot summer days or cold winter days. Summer, your body dehydrates much faster and loses more water than winter, and if you do not hydrate properly, at least one conditioner should be in your bag. Use your lip balm several times a day until you feel soft and soft.

Aloe vera gel

Buy an aloe vera gel from the pharmacy and use it whenever you feel that your lips are dry. Aloe vera goes well into the lips and softens them.

No lipstick

Lipstick is not indicated for people who know they have a predisposition to dry their lips, because it only emphasizes the problem. Lipstick does not contain as much fat as lip balm and instead of moisturizing lips, lipstick will dry them even worse.

Do not wet your lips with saliva. Even if it is the handiest trick, it is not advisable, wetting the lips with saliva leads to drying, because the saliva contains digestive enzymes that dry the tissues.

Honey

For beautiful, velvety and never dry or cracked lips, apply a little honey every night, bedtime. It is indicated not to eat honey immediately on your lips but to let it act for at least 20 minutes.

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