Lip skin has no hair, sweat glands, and almost no oil secretion, so it is extremely fragile. In addition to age, any external stimuli can cause damage to the lips, grow fine lines and wrinkles, and even dry.
As time goes on, the stratum corneum of the lips is also thicker and thicker, which not only looks unsightly but also is not conducive to the care of the lips and the absorption of nutrients. However, the fragile lip skin is not suitable for exfoliating products to exfoliate, the cuticle of the lips is extremely thin and sensitive. If exfoliating products are too prone to redness and inflammation, it is recommended to exfoliate the lips no more than twice a week. It is best to wet it with a hot towel and gently massage to help remove old dead skin cells.
Just like using a skin care product every day, the lip also needs a lip balm. Applying only one lip balm a day is not enough. Lip balm will gradually fall off over time, diet, etc. You should carry lip balm with you. When your lips feel dry, you should always rub them to keep your lips moist.
In addition, it is necessary to make a lip mask on a regular basis. The lip membrane often contains exfoliating enzymes and functional components that moisturize the lips. The purpose of using the lip membrane is to moisturize and soften, remove aging keratin, provide nutrition and brilliance to the lips, and dilute the lips. Pigmentation
By means of biomimetic membrane, which is of the best affinity with the skin, the collagen Lip Mask stores natural fruit acid, collagen, amino acids moisturizing factor and vitamin E. Through slow infiltration, it protect the lips against UV lights, and keep the lip moist to prevent the lips from accelerated aging for fear of the emergence of dullness or fine lines.
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