How to Get Soft Kissable Lips With A Sugar Lip Scrub
If you’re reading this, you probably want to know how to use a lip scrub.
And that makes sense! Lip scrubs aren’t exactly the most common beauty products out there. But trust me – once you see the difference they make for your lips, you’ll never want to go without them again. The secret’s in the exfoliation. By gently clearing away dead skin cells, you’re left with smooth, supple, gorgeous lips.
I’ve put together a video to sum up everything you need to know about sugar scrub. Enjoy!
How to Use a Lip Scrub
Your first step is to find a lip scrub. There are two basic ways to do this. First, you can make your own out of sugar and oils. You probably have everything you need to make one in your kitchen right now. This recipe from Wellness Mama is a great place to start.
Not up for making your own, or just don’t have the time? I’m with you. That’s why I use Beauty by Earth’s lip scrubs. They come in three different flavors (vanilla, berry, and mint), and they all taste incredible. They’re also non-GMO and USDA organic.
Ingredients are important, no matter which scrub you use. You don’t want to be scrubbing anything toxic into your lips. Beauty by Earth’s scrub is made of ingredients you can literally eat! Can’t get much more natural than that.
So you have your scrub. What’s next? Use your fingertip to transfer a small amount of scrub onto your lips. Spread the scrub around, making sure you cover everything. Then, simply use your finger to exfoliate away any dry or dead skin. For a little extra exfoliating power, use a soft bristled toothbrush instead of your finger.
Done scrubbing? Now’s the fun part. Lick away any remaining scrub! Or if you prefer, use water to wash off anything left over. Pat your lips dry with a towel, then follow up with your favorite lip balm. Voila! Your lips are smooth, shiny, and soft.
Sugar scrubs are a must-have in my beauty routine these days. Have you given them a try yet? What do you think? Let me know in the comments below. Happy scrubbing!