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7 Natural Beauty Tips for Lips
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jazzpollard posted:
Why women want bigger lips?

Most women look for ways to get plump lips, as they make a woman look more attractive and enhance their beauty. Moreover plump lips are the most eye catchy feature of a woman's face. But in this run of getting plumped lips, women usually tend to forget that it is equally essential to maintain their moisture and color also. By doing so one gets the volume and luscious color required. Sometimes it may require help of certain home remedies also.

Ways to get sexier lips:

Here are some methods to maintain health of your lips, and get that sexy pout:

Involve Honey:

Honey is an ingredient, which is known to be a blessing for human being. It is a wonderful ingredient for health as well as for skin. Honey has some great skin healing properties and loads of beauty benefits. One such beauty benefit is for lips also. Mostly women use honey mask to have a clear face and a beautiful glow on their face. But not many of them know that dark lips also can be treated by simple application of honey on lips before going to bed.

Massaging lips with Lemon:

Lemon is an ingredient used for skin lightening purpose, due to its bleaching properties. Massaging lips with lemon juice, better if it is freshly squeezed, is the best way to lighten dark lips and enhance their beauty.

Application of Lip-balm of Petroleum Jelly and Strawberry Juice:

There are several lip glosses available these days, and you might be thinking to use them for having maximum efficiency; but you own, home-made lip balm can also prove to be beneficial. It is best to have homemade lip balm to have soft and rosy lips. One such home remedy, amongst the many includes combination of petroleum jelly and strawberry juice. You need to take both ingredients, in a small container with ratio of 2:1 respectively and then mix them properly. Refrigerate this mixture and let it be there for a few hours. Lastly apply it once a day before you go to sleep.

Use Raspberries, Aloe Vera and Honey Juice

Make a smooth mixture of honey (better if pure), Aloe Vera and raspberries. Then apply this combination on your lips and keep it there for about 5-6 minutes. Gently rinse it off with cold water (preferably very cold one). Raspberries have certain essential vitamins for making your lips healthy and vibrant.

Wonders of Ice Cubes

Most women are unaware of the fact that ice also works wonders for your skin. A gentle massage on lips with ice cubes is a good way to nourish them taking of the deadness from the lips. Ice also makes lips well-nourished and enhances its appearance.

Moisturize Your Lips Regularly:

Lips do a lot of activities all day long, and so they are the first to get dehydrated, this mostly happens in winter season. It is very much essential to use a good night cream or a lotion in order to retain the natural moisture of lips, as most of the skin rejuvenation activity takes place at night only. Some oils like olive oil, mustard oil, tea tree oil also work wonders for lips making them Plump and pink.

Use Clove Oil to Treat Patchy & Dark Lips

You might be wondering on the use of Clove oil, but actually it is a very good ingredient for treating lip issues such as patchy lips, dark lips , thereby making it plump and full of life. Apply a bit of clove oil and leave for few minutes, and then rinse off.

There you go! These are the best and most effective natural methods to maintain good health and color of your lips along with a good pout.
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