How to Treat Dry, Chapped Lips with Eminence Organic Skin Care

How to Treat Dry, Chapped Lips with Eminence Organic Skin Care

That first smile of the morning…..OUCH! Not fun, huh? That painful lip splitting we are all too familiar with can make life pretty miserable in the winter - especially if your super dehyrated lips bleed - but there is a reason for your dry, chapped lips.  Although the cause can sometimes be related to an underlying health condition, most times it is caused by issues that are simple to fix in just a short time. 

Here’s how to get rid of chapped lips:

  1. Exfoliate

Just like skin on the rest of your body,  the skin on your lips builds up dead skin cells and dry skin.  Exfoliate your lips weekly with Eminence Organics Citrus Enzyme Lip Exfoliator to improve the appearance of dryness and fine lines, leaving them smooth and supple. 


  1. Treat

Deeply hydrate lips with rich shea butter and avocado oil. Award-winning  Lip Comfort Plumping Masque melts into lips and lip contour areas to impart incredible softness while natural peptides stimulate collagen production and fullness.


  1. Treat Again

Reveal softer, plumper looking lips with Marine Flower Peptide Lip Serum formulated to improve the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in the lips and surrounding area.


  1. Moisturize

Treat your lips to a petroleum free citrus treat to give lips maximum hydration. Citrus Lip Balm employs cooling peppermint, shea butter and sunflower seed oil to smooth roughness and give your lips maximum hydration.



  1. Protect

Because our lips lack melanin, they are more susceptible to sunburn,  causing them to quickly take on the visible signs of aging caused by dryness. Protect your lips from the sun’s damaging rays with Rosehip & Lemongrass Lip Balm SPF 15. The zinc oxide in this hydrating lip balm stick defends against the harmful effects of UVA and UVB exposure, keeping your lips moisturized and protected. 


  1. Extra Love

Plump up your lips with Cinnamon Kiss Lip Plumper to promote the look of visibly fuller lips and a healthy, luminous shine. Plus, it tastes and smells like cinnamon hearts. YUM. 

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