Parched to pashworthy by Friday

Parched to pashworthy by Friday

Windswept hair...and paper-like cuts on your lips ūüė≥ 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‚Ķ) the wind ūüėĪ but also cold temperatures and low humidity that suck the oils from skin.

ūüíč Lips don‚Äôt 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 ‚Äď this will also prevent lip licking (which makes it worse). If you can‚Äôt go without lipstick for a few days, make sure you apply balm first.
ūüíč When outside, try and keep your lips covered and warm with a scarf or high neck top.
ūüíč Lastly, drink plenty of water to help keep lips and skin hydrated.

Made on a nourishing base of jojoba and avocado oils, shea butter and vitamin E and infused with orange peel oil for its antiseptic benefits and no synthetic toxics, Shine On lipbalm is our year round go-to for soft, sensual lips.