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How to Make a Homemade Lip Scrub

Homemade lip care is not difficult. In fact, it's fun. If you're tired of buying expensive store-bought lip products and want to try out something new, then try making your own at home. There are plenty of recipes online for homemade lip care. All it takes is some research, ingredients that you probably already have (or can get), and a little time.

To make this homemade lip balm, you just need oil, sugar, vitamin E, coconut milk, honey, and food coloring if you're using it. All the ingredients should be mixed together and then stored in a glass jar, and used as needed. You could also make a printable lip scrub label if you want to give your creations a unique look. Just print it on a cardstock, or write it on a label you've prepared.

To make a homemade lip scrub with some pimentos and peanuts, just mix some peanut oil, brown sugar, pimentos, and some salt. Rub all of the mixture onto your teeth. For even more variety, add some drops of peppermint extract. Once that mixture has dried on your teeth, use a brown sugar mixture to brush over the mixture.

If you're looking for some added flavor, mix some fresh lime juice, grapefruit seed extract, some honey, cinnamon, and brown sugar. Use the mixture to brush your teeth. This recipe produces nice soft bristled results. For a more lasting effect, however, it's best to use the prepared mixture. For something that you can do while you're at work, a quick soak in the bathtub or shower will do the trick.

If you want to save time and make this a more convenient project, you can do it on a weekend day. Simply mix up the recipe for your homemade lip scrub with one part olive oil and two parts mayo or yogurt. Then put it in a clean and airtight container. Leave it in the refrigerator and away from any heat sources for a day. If you forget to put it in the refrigerator, let the mixture cool down to room temperature before you take it out of the refrigerator.

It helps to know that many commercial skin cleansers are not good for homemade lip scrub recipes. Many commercial cleansers contain alcohol, which is drying. Also, many commercial cleansers cause the skin to overcompensate because they strip away too many of the natural oils that help keep our skin moisturized. So be sure to read the ingredients list when buying cleansers.

If you wish to use the mixture as a facial mask, you can add a few drops of lavender essential oil. Add one tablespoonful of the mixture to half a cup of lukewarm water and stir until the lavender essential oil has been dissolved. Then use a washcloth to gently massage the mixture all over your face and neck. Wash it off with lukewarm water afterwards.

Homemade lip scrub doesn't have to taste like chemicals or be expensive. You don't have to buy expensive products to get smooth, pink lips. Just make your own homemade facial masks at home and reap the rewards. You can use this homemade lip scrub to get smooth pink lips anytime of the week for less than a dollar.

One of the best homemade lip scrub recipes uses a few simple ingredients that are easy to find. You will need to get a couple of things before you start your scrub-water and soap, soft cloth or washcloth, some olive oil, some fresh grated cucumbers, and some kosher salt. Mix the glycerin and water in a bowl, mix in the cucumbers and salt, and pour in the olive oil. Gently mix the mixture until it becomes a smooth paste-not lumpy.

The glycerin gives your homemade lip scrub body, so make sure you add enough water to make it pliable. At this point you can add the chapped lips components. Again mix in the water and soap mixture until the ingredients are thoroughly mixed. Scrape the mixture against your chapped lips using the soft cloth or washcloth. Do not rinse the mixture off.

The last step is to add the coconut oil and the vanilla extract to your clean cupboard and mix them together with the help of your clean hand. Fill up your mugs, fill up your tea bags, and enjoy the benefits of this homemade lip scrub. It is really worth trying.

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