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Winter has done a number on my lips this year. They have been so dry, chapped, cracked, and peeling that I can't seem to help but to bite the skin off of them, making my lips even worse off. Even though I knew that I needed a lip scrub, I was totally unwilling to shell out the dough
that people were asking for their lip scrubs, when I knew that I can easily make a great tasting one with ingredients from my pantry.
Don’t shell out big bucks for suspect ingredients
When I go shopping around the internet for any one of the supposed “high end” products like Sephora’s lip scrub and Bliss’s Fabulips, I find that you end up shelling out $20-$25 for a half ounce of product that contains many suspect ingredients in them. I don’t know about you, but I don’t really want to put stuff on my lips that contain ingredients that could be carcinogenic or cause allergic reactions (such as fragrances). Not to mention that fact that anything going on your lips could accidentally be ingested through your mouth as well! For a quarter of the price, you can make 8x as much lip scrub, and know that you are getting the highest quality product.
Honey is naturally healing to the body and the skin
Did you know that many veterinarians use organic raw unfiltered honey as a natural owie cream? Honey's natural antibiotic and antiviral properties are so wonderful that just a dab of it on a cut or scrape can help it to heal faster than the use of Neosporin. Not only does honey have natural antiseptic properties
DIY Honey & Cinnamon Moisturizing Lip Scrub
- Combine ingredients in a small bowl and transfer to a small jar with a lid.
Rub a small amount onto your lips in a circular motion for 1-2 minutes. Rinse your lips off with a wet washcloth and feel the difference! Follow with an oil based lip balm to lock in moisture!
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