Here's How To Heal Your Dry, Chapped Lips Naturally - A Must Watch Video

7 Chapped Lips Home Remedies

Chapped lips are bothersome both during the winter and the summer. Our lips hurt, sting, and don't look good at all, but there are remedies.

Chapped lips can be caused by several different things, depending on each individual person: allergic reactions, smoke, prolonged sun exposure, licking your lips, vitamin deficiency, cold weather, too much wind, dry weather, certain medications and other issues.

In this video we’ll show you some cheap and easy solutions for this problem. The best part is that they are made with all natural ingredients.

1. Aloe Vera
Aloe vera is a powerful plant that can be used to hydrate your skin. Not only do its healing properties hydrate and restore chapped lips, but they also lessen the pain. All you have to do is remove the aloe vera gel from its leaf and apply it directly onto your lips. You can mix the gel in a blender to make it easier to apply. Don’t lick your lips afterwards. Aloe vera doesn’t taste very good.

2. Coconut oil
The controversial coconut oil can be used in many different ways, and your whole body can benefit from it. Due to its hydrating properties, you can apply a light layer on your lips several times throughout the day, and a thicker layer before going to bed. And, as an added benefit, it smells and tastes delicious.

3. Castor Oil
Castor oil is very moisturizing, and can help heal cracks on your lips. It can be used several times throughout the day, just like coconut oil.

Apply it at night before going to bed, and wash your lips in the morning. You’ll soon notice a huge difference.

4. Vegetable Oil Before Bathing Before you wash your face or take a bath, apply some vegetable oil onto your lips to create a barrier, since your face soap could be drying out your lips and stripping them of their natural oils.

5. Honey and Vegetable Oil
Use this mixture before going to bed. Mix a small amount of honey with some drops of the vegetable oil of your preference, and rub it on your lips before going to bed. In the morning you will wake up with hydrated, smooth lips. Furthermore, honey has antibacterial properties, so it will protect the cracks on your lips from an infection.

6. Rose Petals
Rose petals are well known for the benefits they bring to our skin. They can also heal our cracked, dry lips. All you have to do is wash a handful of petals and let them soak in milk or glycerin for a few hours. Then knead them together to form a thick paste and apply it on your lips every night before going to sleep. It will help repair your lips and improve their natural shine.

7. Beeswax
If your lips are already smooth and pretty, you should use beeswax. It will protect your lips and help them stay hydrated.

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