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Get rid of chapped lips once and for all Chapped lips, also known as cheilitis, is a troubling sight to behold. Our lips are way more sensitive as compared to other parts of our skin so it is important to take care of our lips. Beyond slapping on the common lip balm, there are many other ways to prevent scaly, crusty pout! Allergy to beauty products Be careful to what you apply on your face! Studies that shown that harsh facial products such as cleansers and toners with salicylic acid and benzoyl peroxide can dry out our skin and causes peeling, especially if u apply them near your mouth. Avoid lip balms with fragrance, flavours, menthol and waxy texture Lip balms with wax creates a strong protective barrier between your lips and the outside elements, but it would not cure the chapped lips itself. In order to heal the affected area, you have to use an emollient that contains ultra-moisturizing abilities. Lanolin is also great for chapped lips as it is often used for skin irritation conditions such as diaper rash and skin burns. Exfoliate your lips using natural ingredients You might be tempted to pick and peel off the dead skin that is on your lips, but doing that will aggravate the condition even further. Instead, exfoliate your lips by using home-made natural ingredients such as unrefined sugar, honey and rose water. Sugar is known for its gentle exfoliating ability and the mixture of honey and rose water provides moisture, blood circulation that will give your lips a rosy tint of glow.
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