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Keeping lips soft-pink naturally

04 April 2014
Keeping lips soft-pink naturally


Life Desk :
Healthy and pink lips are every girl's dream. Texture and colour of your lips can reveal a lot about your health and lifestyle. The trend of smoking, consuming alcohol and trying out different cosmetics on your lips can make them look dark and unhealthy. When the face is beautiful, why detract the allure with dark, chapped and dry lips. With a little bit of care, you can achieve pink, luscious and attractive lips, as you ever wanted.
Apply honey on lips at bedtime and massage with a soft brush next morning this will clear the entire dry and scaly layer on the lips.
Take a handful of rose petals, add some cream and make paste and apply on the lips, you will see your lips become soft and pink.
Half a teaspoon of olive oil, sugar and honey, mixed well and applied on lips will pinken and soften lips.
Grate some beet and squeeze out the juice. This applied on the lips will definitely give you soft, pink lips.
Coriander juice, carrot juice and mint juice are all beneficial for soft and pink lips.
Slice a lime into half and apply on lips in a circular motion.
Apply the cream that is got from boiled milk, it moisturizes the lips and keeps them soft.
Two to three raspberries mixed with a spoon of aloe vera gel and a drop of honey is a great way to achieve pink lips.
A mixture of glycerin and lime juice at a 1:1 ratio will significantly lighten dark lips.
Regular use of Vaseline or petroleum jelly will keep the lips soft at all times.

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