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Soften Dry Lips With These Cool Tips

by Dr. Enozia Vakil on November 29, 2013 at 4:00 PM
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 Soften Dry Lips With These Cool Tips

The cold weather can sap your lips of their essential moisture. Keep them soft and hydrated, make sure you choose your lip balm carefully.

Here are simple tips to ensure you have soft and supple lips during winter, reports femalefirst.co.uk:

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- Drink plenty of water and increase your intake of B vitamins as low levels can lead to dry and cracked skin.

- Resist the urge to lick your lips - this only makes them sorer.

- Do away with dead skin cells by using a soft toothbrush to help reduce chapping.

- Read the labels. Not all lip balms are the same. Balms or sticks made with mineral oil or petroleum jelly don't moisturise as such, they simply sit on the lips' surface, and may even dry the lips out.

Source: IANS
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