Windswept hair...and paper-like cuts on your lips 😳 Follow these 3 tips to get your pout from parched to pashworthy by Friday. Windburn is essentially really dry, thirsty and irritated skin caused by (wait for it…) the wind 😱 but also cold temperatures and low humidity that suck the oils from skin.
|💋||Lips don’t have oil glands so you need to give them some moisture. Use a balm containing oils such as coconut or jojoba rather than petroleum oil and avoid alcohol or chemicals that may aggravate them further. Keep the balm on hand and apply it 6-8 times a day – this will also prevent lip licking (which makes it worse). If you can’t go without lipstick for a few days, make sure you apply balm first.|
|💋||When outside, try and keep your lips covered and warm with a scarf or high neck top.|
|💋||Lastly, drink plenty of water to help keep lips and skin hydrated.|
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