Say “See Ya” to Chapped Lips with These 10 Awesome Tips:

Say “See Ya” to Chapped Lips with These 10 Awesome Tips:


Since it’s getting cold and cuddling season is here it’s time to get those lips lookin oh so luscious. With these tips you’ll achieve some super soft kissable lips in no time.


  1. Drink Lots of H20

Hydrate, Hydrate, Hydrate it’s a sure fire way to keep your lips hydrated and feeling soft.


  1. Use Coconut Oil

About once a week rub a little bit of coconut oil on your lips before bed. Remember a little goes a long way!


  1. Scrub, Scrub, Scrub!

Using different homemade or store bought lips scrub about twice a week is a perfect way to get rid of those dry skin spots.

My favorite lip scrub is Popcorn by Lush ($10.95)

*It actually tastes like popcorn!*


  1. Don’t Bite or Pick!

It’s definitely a hard habit for me but by not picking at the dead skin or biting your lips you help keep them from becoming even more dry and irritated  


  1. Get Some Cherry Chapstick

The one thing I always seem to lose is chapstick. I put it in my pocket and poof it’s gone like some magical thing. But even though I always lose it chapstick is still so handy when your lips feel dry. Since I lose so many chapsticks so I stock up during the fall and winter so that if I lose one I have another one ready to be used.

My favorite chapstick to use is the Blistex Medicated Lip Balm


  1. Lip Masks

Yes, They have sheet masks for your lips and they are super beneficial!

Try: Tony Moly Kiss Kiss Lovely Lip Patch ($4)


  1. Overnight Lip Treatments

Using a lip treatment before bed helps to create soft and luscious lips when you wake up by restoring the moisture in your lips overnight.

Try: Clinique Pep Start Pout Restoring Night Mask ($17.50)


  1. Toothbrush Scrub

Yes, it sounds like a harsh way to exfoliate your lips but once a week to exfoliate and remove any dead skin. After scrubbing with your toothbrush follow up with a extra moisturizing lip balm before bed.


  1. Avoid Licking Your Lips

Saliva actual causes your lips to try out faster and can be painful since saliva doesn't hydrate at all like water or a moisturizing balm. Avoid doing this and you’ll save yourself some pain.


  1. Essential Oils

If you're into doing essential oils you might want to check these out for dry lips.

  • Citrus Peel Oil

  • Peppermint Oil

  • Coconut Oil

  • Lavender Oil

All these are super beneficial to you lips and will help sooth in a all natural way.