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FIGTREE PINEAPPLE &MANGO HEALING LIP BALM(6G)

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Benefits of Lip Balm

Your lips are often overexposed to harsh weather conditions and chemically induced lip products. The result? Dull, chapped, and unhealthy looking lips. Scroll down to see the benefits of using lip balm.
Moisturizes Dry Lips
One of the main benefits of using lip balm is that it rehydrates your lips. If you’re one who tends to suffer from dry lips, you need to ensure that it’s constantly moisturized. Using a lip balm regularly helps restore your lips natural moisture and nourishes it naturally –– this keeps your pout supple and soft.

Heals Chapped Lips

If you suffer from really chapped lips, you’d know how painful it can get! One of the biggest benefits of using lip balm is that it helps soothe and heal all those cracks in your pout. The skin on your lips will heal faster if you use a lip balm regularly. Say hello to smoother and softer lips, the moment you swipe that creamy product on.

Protects Against The Sun
Lip balm is an all-year-round kind of product, including the summers. One of the benefits of using lip balm is that it forms a protective barrier around your lips and shields them from harsh UV rays. Constant exposure to UV rays can result in hyperpigmentation on and around the lips, and can even dry it out. Applying lip balm provides that protection and keeps your pout nourished as well.
Exfoliates
A lot of lip balms have the ability to gently exfoliate dead skin cells from your lips. The result? Healthy lips that don’t have a layer of dead skin cells pulling it down and making it look super dull.
Is An Amazing Lip Primer
Ever noticed how your lipstick sometimes just doesn’t apply smoothly? That’s because it doesn’t have a smooth canvas to go over! A very cool benefit of lip balm is that it doubles up as a lip primer –– this brings the best out of your lipstick and also protects your lips from any damage.
Is A Great PM Lip Mask
When you’re catching your beauty sleep, your skin flushes out toxins and starts to regenerate new skin cells. This causes your skin to dry out a little. This theory works with your lips too. A huge benefit of using lip balm at night is that your pout will be nourished and supple, while your body flushes out the toxins. And all the new skin cells will be protected by the lip balm.

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