Ever wondered how to get rid of those dry, cracked and flaky lips? Or perhaps you’ve heard about lip scrub but have no clue how to use it? In this guide, we’ll share with you the tips on lip scrubbing, making it easy to understand and follow. Using lip scrub is like giving your lips a spa day – it exfoliates, rejuvenates, and leaves them looking fabulous. Let’s dive into the world of lip care with our step-by-step guide!
Using a lip scrub isn’t just about removing dead skin, it’s about letting your lips breathe. By scrubbing, you exfoliate away the old dead skin, allowing new, healthy skin to take its place. It’s like saying goodbye to the old, tired skin and welcoming a fresher, more vibrant you!
The key to a perfect pout is in the gentle touch. Using a lip scrub correctly can help achieve velvety lips without going overboard. Instead of harshly peeling or biting your lips, a natural sugar scrub offers a gentle exfoliation, leaving your lips soft and smooth.
Think of lip scrub as the canvas primer before you paint. It prepares your lips, making them the perfect base for lip balm or lipstick. Once you’ve scrubbed away the rough patches, your lip products glide on effortlessly, giving you that flawless finish you crave.
Take a small amount of lip scrub on your fingertip
Gently massage it in circular motions across your upper lip and lower lip
Rinse or wipe it off with lukewarm water, and voila! Then apply lip balm/lip mask for extra protection.
NO! Did you know that our lips are the thinnest parts of our skin. They need time to recover. Scrubbing your lips every day can thin your lips and impede the natural healing process. After a gentle scrub, the dead skins are removed so next thing to do is to give your lips a breather, let them rejuvenate. Once a week is the sweet spot for that perfect pout.
There is no fixed time of the day when you can use a lip scrub. We recommend using a lip scrub at night because that will give your lips a good clean up, and after that, you can apply lip balm or lip mask for lips to be extra moisturised overnight and ready for the next day. However, if you would like to do a quick, gentle scrub in the morning, that is completely fine too!
A comprehensive lip care routine involves daily lip balm application and occasional use of a lip mask, especially before bedtime. If your lips are chapped, a weekly lip scrub followed by a moisturizing lip balm or lip mask is the golden rule. For more lip care tips, check out our articles on the do’s and dont’s for chapped lips and lip masks vs balms.
Think of your lips as delicate flowers, they need care, not constant pruning. Give them the space to breathe and heal. Scrubbing your lips every day can make them even thinner and prevent them from healing properly.
Treat your lips like silk, not sandpaper. Harsh scrubbing can damage the delicate skin, leading to more harm than good.
Applying a lip scrub weekly is a fantastic way to give your lips the love and care they deserve. By following these simple steps above and avoiding common mistakes, you’ll be on your way to having the softest, healthiest lips ever. So, say goodbye to dryness and hello to a perfect pout – your lips will thank you!
Remember, a well-informed routine leads to beautiful lips. Stay tuned for more lip care tips and tricks. And hey, if you’re ever curious about what else you can do for your lips, just ask us.