We pamper our skin with exfoliants, serums and face masks, so why should our lips be any different? …read moreSee less
It’s important that we exfoliate our lips with a scrub once per week to remove all of the crusty, dead skin cells that ruin the look of our lipstick. Here you'll find a selection of lip scrubs and lip masks to buff away dead skin to leave your lips hydrated and kissable!
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Do your lips need sun protection?
Just like the rest of your body, your lips are susceptible to sun damage, meaning they’re at risk of skin cancer if not protected, too.
Using a lip balm with an SPF of at least 30 will filter out those harmful UV rays, in addition to protecting you against sun damage.
What is the best treatment for dry, cracked lips?
It’s important to hydrate and give your lips time to heal if they’re dry, cracked and sore.
Why not hydrate your lips with Vaseline’s lip therapy collection?
Their silky smooth jelly forms a protective layer on the lips and penetrates deep into the lip’s surface to hydrate and speed up healing.
While your lips are healing, you should avoid food and drink which can aggravate your lips like spicy and acidic food.
You should also protect them against the elements during the winter and summer months, by covering them with a scarf and choosing a lip balm with a high SPF.
What are the benefits of applying a lip mask?
If your lips are chapped or dry, especially during the winter, you’d benefit from applying a lip mask.
Not only do they supply your lips with much-needed moisture, but they can make your lips appear plumper and reduce the signs of ageing.
How often should you exfoliate your lips?
It’s important not to exfoliate your lips too often as it can irritate them - twice a week is probably too much.
The ideal amount would be to exfoliate once a week.
How do you apply a lip mask?
You should always follow the instructions on your lip mask.
Some lip masks come in jars, tubes, or are sheet masks soaked in serums - most can be swiped across the lips or placed on the lips (usually before you go to sleep).