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Article: Lip Care During Winters

Tips for lip care in winter

Lip Care During Winters

Along with Christmas, snow, and bonfires with friends and family, winter also brings some dry, rough, and itchy skin as a special visitor. Nobody enjoys having dry skin and moreover dry and chapped lips! So taking extra care becomes a necessity.I personally love indulging in some lip-care once a week by cleansing, exfoliating and masking. It truly brightens up my dull lips and makes them look softer and fuller. Most of us also wear lipstick on a daily basis which further suffocates our lips and causes discoloration. So, to ensure that your pout is always smooth and shining, I’m sharing some of my favourite go-to tips that will help you bid adieu to dry lips and welcome soft, plump and healthy lips!

Cleanse and pat dry

First things first, our lips need to be clean and dry before we begin the process of exfoliation and masking. Use any hydrosol (my favourite is the Vetiver Hydrosol) to moisten a cotton pad and wipe your lips off the dirt.


The skin of our lips is softer than the skin on the rest of our face so be gentle while exfoliating. I prefer ‘Bloody Mary’ as it is an effective concoction of ingredients that lighten pigmentation and add plumpness to the lips and skin. It is loaded with raspberry, pumpkin seed, and beetroot that are ideal for dull and dry lips and gently exfoliate dead skin cells.

Apply a ghee based lip balm

The goodness of A2 ghee not only deeply nourishes the lips but also protects them from oxidative stress and gives radiance to lifeless lips. I thoroughly enjoy our new launch ‘Ghee Pout’ as just a dime of this gives a solid dose of hydration to the lips, brightens them and keeps them plump. The subtle fragrance of Rose Geranium essential oil in the lip balm really calms me down!

Avoid licking your lips

The skin of our lips being soft and delicate is prone to drying sooner. Repeatedly licking your lips dries them out even more and they get chapped.

Use an anti-ageing lip oil

Our lips undergo a lot of oxidative stress on a daily basis. Using ‘Dewy Lips’ on my lips every night as an overnight mask has really helped my lips fight the signs of ageing. It hydrates the lips while simultaneously reducing cell damage and lightening discoloration. It contains Carrot Seed Oil, Gotu Kola, and Bidens Pilosa which nourishes the lips and also gives them a nice glossy appearance.

Lastly, don’t pull the dry skin off your chapped lips and remember to hydrate-hydrate-hydrate!


Frequently Asked Question related to Dry Lips In Winters

Is coconut oil good for dry lips?

Yes, coconut oil is good for dry lips. Its moisturizing properties help hydrate and nourish the lips, preventing dryness and keeping them soft and supple.

What deficiency causes dry lips?

Dry lips can be caused by a variety of factors, including dehydration, weather conditions, and a deficiency in essential nutrients like vitamin B2 (riboflavin) and vitamin B3 (niacin).

How do you cure dry lips?

To cure dry lips, use natural remedies like applying organic lip balms made with nourishing ingredients like shea butter, coconut oil, or beeswax. Drink plenty of water to stay hydrated, and avoid licking your lips, which can worsen dryness.

Does water stop dry lips?

Water helps hydrate your body, including your lips, but it may not directly prevent dryness. Using natural lip balms with ingredients like beeswax or shea butter can help seal in moisture and prevent dry lips effectively.

How do I stop my lips from peeling?

To prevent peeling lips, exfoliate gently with a sugar scrub, moisturize regularly with natural lip balms containing ingredients like shea butter or coconut oil, drink plenty of water, and avoid licking your lips.

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