Did you know you can get a lip plump easily with something found in your bathroom cupboard? Oh, and also, it not only plumps but exfoliates too!
To begin with exfoliate your lips with a dry toothbrush by gently moving the bristles in small circles over on your lips. Make sure the toothbrush has a soft texture to enhance your chapped lips. It helps stimulate blood flow and may give your lips a smoother appearance.
Exfoliate your lips with a toothbrush? HOW?
Over brushing or over exfoliating will make your lips dry and chapped since it’s unlikely producing oil on the surface as compared to any other body part.
Steps to brush your lips.
Let’s get started:
- Wet your lips with warm water.
- Spread a thin layer of exfoliant onto your lips.
- Brush your lips gently with your toothbrush in small circles.
- Wash off the exfoliant with warm water.
- Apply a moisturizer to your lips.
If there’s any irritation caused within the procedure stop immediately.
Use of toothpaste to brush your lips
This method may be gentler then using any other exfoliants. Wash off the toothpaste after brushing your lips for avoiding irritations.
Flavored toothpaste may cause allergies in some people. Symptoms are usually peeling reactions of lips.
How fruitful is brushing your lips for plump?
No evidence as such proves that this method plumps your lips for longer period of time however temporary increase in blood flow around the area is guaranteed hence a great temporary plump.
Source: Daily Star UK
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