Ever wondered why your lips dry out sometimes?
- Unlike your body’s skin, lip tissue is extremely thin and does not have any secretion glands to 'oil' them.
- We subconciously lick our lips to moisturise them because moisture evaporates from the lips much faster than from our skin.
- This subtle balance is often upset during winter when the air is dryer, the winds blowing, temperatures are colder and you breathe thru your mouth more (especially with a cold)
- All these factors have a drying effect on your lips by drawing moisture away.
- This dryness frequently results in chapping and cracking, and increases the risk of inflammation, soreness and infection.
Stress is also a major culprit of dry lips. During the fight or flight response our body shallow breathes - blowing air more freqenstly across our lips causing them to dry out.
- Because lips are so thin, they often are the first to present signs of dryness in your body.
- People who suffer from dry lips and skin are often deficient in essential fatty acids.
- Avocado, flax seed and walnut oil, with their naturally high essential fatty acid content are excellent moisturisers.
- Lip Nourish with avocado & citrus oils and natural emollients is fabulous for keeping your lips soft, smooth, hydrated & protected. Wear a Vanilla & Cinnamon nude lipstick or try a sheer colour.
I know this sounds like a super plug for my product, but I just wanted to share that I have not had dry lips in 5 years....from when I first started to develop Lip Nourish. My kids have not either - they both have a Vanilla & Cinnamon nude balm and if they have the sniffles (i.e. sleep with mouth open) they use it and never get dry or cracked lips.
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natural lipstick and if it does not keep your lips moist and soft I will refund your full purchase price.
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