How to Kiss your Chapped Lips Good-Bye

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I hate chapped lips…

I am someone who deals with dry skin, and from what I have learned is that your lips are just a representation of how hydrated your skin is in general.

I LOVE natural beauty hacks… Tips that will help me look my best and use natural ingredients to solve my problem. These two tips not only can work for your lips, but can help you love all your skin <3

As the air gets drier, you are going to lose more moisture through your skin. The best way to fight this is to add moisture back from the outside and inside too.


Listen to hear my two great tips to help your lips this winter: 


Coconut Oil

I started using coconut oil about 10 years ago in my kitchen, and quickly moved a bottle to my bathroom after I learned how useful it was for natural beauty! There are so many skincare and beauty recipes that use coconut oil.

If you are shopping for a fractionated coconut oil, click here to see my favorite and what I use every day.

This all natural carrier oil is the perfect addition to your natural beauty tool kit:

  • Leaves even the driest skin feeling soft, silky, and smooth
  • Colorless and odorless


Omega 3’s

It is no secret that omega’s 3 are good for us, but many of us aren’t getting the recommended amounts.

Omega 3’s are great for boosting heart health, keeping those joints moving, and reclaim your youthful glow. The Omega 3 I use has a triple strength blend of DHA and EPA fatty acids, plus a purifying rosemary-based antioxidant blend to fight the effects of free radicals.

Here are some great benefits of taking an Omega 3 daily: 

  • Support heart health by maintaining healthy cholesterol and triglyceride levels
  • Promote healthy joint movement†
  • Boost your mood and support healthy brain function†
  • Nourish skin, hair, and nails for a youthful glow†
  • Fight free radicals and support healthy cell growth with rosemary-based antioxidants†


P.S. If you are someone who deals with cracked and dry hands during the winter, click here to check out what several of my friends recommend as their secret to keeping their skin soft.


What are your best tips for treating chapped lips?


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