A lip scrub is a soft-solid base made up of crystallized components such as sugar that exfoliate and remove dry, dead skin cells, whereas an emollient is a hydrating base composed of oils and butter that keeps lips hydrated, soft, and pink. Using it twice or thrice a week can significantly improve the appearance of the lips.
WHY DO YOU NEED A LIP SCRUB?
Over time dead and dry skin cells accumulate over the lip surface, making lip skin look dull, dry, and chapped. Exfoliation sheds dead skin layers and reveals new young cells beneath. Also, as we age, our lips become thinner due to the loss of collagen; scrubbing stimulates blood flow, which restores the smoothness and softness of your lips. Not only does an exfoliating lip scrub improve the appearance of your lips but also easily absorb other products, such as lip butter mask or lip balm.
FAQs ABOUT LIP SCRUBS
It removes dry & dead skin on the lips, heals chapped lips, and enhances lip care absorption.
Lip scrub helps exfoliate the top layer of your skin, removing lip pigmentation. It will leave your lips soft, smooth, and supple. It is important to use lip scrub for dark lips.
The lip scrub is made with natural components. However, it is recommended that you use it three times every week for pink lips.
It is important to exfoliate your dry lips using the scrub regularly. However, to obtain faster results, follow up with our Lip Lightening Balm.