Monsoon: Keep Your Lips Plump And Soft With These Beauty Tips And DIY Remedies


A seasonal change calls for transition in our routines. Just like our skin has needs, our lips too need some extra attention and with monsoon in the skies, say hello to chapped lips. One thing that we try to avoid throughout the year are chapped lips, but the rainy days make it difficult to keep that in control. We might be all about the best lip balms and all but trust us, some extra attention is needed to keep your lips in check and give them the best care. To help you with that this season, here’s a guide on lip care tips for this monsoon and DIY remedies to your rescue. Read on to know more!

Hydration can solve most of your skincare woes and if you need that subtle pink, natural lip texture then staying hydrated is the key to it. Your lips need to be hydrated from the inside too.

Attaining beauty while sleeping is ideally what we all want and plumper and softer lips are on the way. Apply a heavy lip cream overnight and let your lips get the hydration. This will help in keeping moisturised.

Exfoliation is the key to better skin. It not only removes dead skin cells but also gives a hydrated look and glow, keeping the natural texture.

A lip balm is another essential product that is a must have in every beauty box. It moisturizes your lips and keeps them plump and fuller. Do not ever miss out on applying lip balms.

Just like other parts of the skin, our lips need a massage too. It is essential to regulate the blood circulation and massage also helps in making them clean and moisturised.

Take care of your lips this season

For this remedy, all you need to do is take 1 tablespoon coconut oil, 1 tablespoon organic honey and 2 tablespoons brown sugar along with 1/2 tablespoon lukewarm water and then mix all the ingredients well in a bowl. Take the mixture and rub it well on your lips for about 5 minutes and then after five more minutes wash it off.

For this remedy, you will need to mix 1 tablespoon raw honey, 1 tablespoon brown sugar and 5-6 drops of lavender essential oil in a bowl and then after mixing them well, apply the same on your lips and massage it well. Wash it off after 5 minutes and apply some lip balm afterwards.

DIY remedies are a must

For this remedy, turn the peel into powder and then take 2 tablespoons of dried orange peel powder, 2 tablespoon brown sugar and 8-10 drops of almond oil, mix all the ingredients in a bowl and then apply them on the lips. Scrub it well and wash it off with lukewarm water.

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