How to Exfoliate Lips Exfoliation can help remove the dry, dead skin covering the beautiful soft lips underneath. Regular exfoliation can help dry lips become moist and plump. If you want great lips, then this is the method for you!
First Method: Sugar-Based Scrub A A A A
Mix a little bit of olive oil with some sugar in a small bowl. Experiment with the quantities until the mixture is pasty in consistency Gently rub the mixture on your lips with a washcloth, massaging in circular motions, the longer you rub in the mixture, the more intensely you will exfoliate your lips Rinse the mixture off with warm water (try cupping your hands). Because all of the ingredients are non-toxic, swallowing a small amount of the scrub is not dangerous. Remember to rehydrate the sensitive skin you just exposed by putting on your favorite lip balm to finish it off. Your lips should feel soft and silky smooth.
Second Method: Toothbrush A Take an old toothbrush (preferably one with straight bristles which are very soft) and put a bit of petroleum jelly on it A Rub the toothbrush on your lips in circular motions. A Leave on the petroleum jelly to rehydrate your lips.
Third Method: Baking Soda Scrub A Take some baking soda and mix it with water to form a gritty paste. A Use an old tooth brush (soft and straight bristles!) or washcloth to rub the paste across your lips in circular motions. A Rinse off your lips. A Remember that baking soda and water do not moisturize your lips at all, so be sure to apply a moisturizing lip balm when done.
Fourth Method: Honey Sugar Scrub A Take sugar and honey (less sugar than honey) and mix it all together. Then apply it in a circular motion and leave it for a couple minutes or so.