Sun damage contributes to lip thinning and loss of collagen, so if you want to keep your lips plump, pick up a lip protectant with at least SPF 15 and reapply regularly to maintain coverage after eating and drinking.
In addition to curing flaking lips, regular exfoliation also helps speed your skin cell turnover. Speedy cell turnover helps increase collagen production so that your lips stay plump and youthful looking.
If you regularly experience chapped lips and it seems like no amount of Chapstick is going to help, you probably need to up your water intake. Also consider applying the hydration philosophy to your lips that you apply to the rest of your face.
You can apply anti-aging serums to your lips. Just be careful not to get them in your mouth as most of the ingredients in anti-aging serums aren’t edible! Look for ones rich in antioxidants and peptides.
This product leaves you with super soft lips, no chapping, no peeling, just incredibly smooth, soft lips.
This works! Not too greasy, really love it!
I have extremely chapped lips and this has helped so much. It’s so easy to use and layer a hydrating lip mask or lip balm over.