How to Heal Chapped Lips Naturally Without Medicated Chapsticks

May 29, 2016 1 Comment

Want to learn how to heal chapped lips naturally without medicated chapsticks?


Here, you'll learn professional makeup artist expert secrets to perfect naturally soft lips in a moment.

I get it. Chapped lips are a constant struggle.

Especially in the Northeast in the winter, the cold, dry air really messes with your skin and lips.

Flaking lips, chunks of dead skin seem to add up and ruin your perfect lipstick or glossy look. It's embarrassing, right?

You're having a conversation with someone and you can feel their eyes on your lips. 

 Makeup artist, Jennifer Ballard is here to reveal the secrets to quick and easy tips on how to get rid of those pesky dry lips and show off your new perfect pout.

Want a plump pout?

  1. Grab an old toothbrush and load it up with some coconut oil.
  2. Then gently massage your lips, buffing away dead skin cells. Move the toothbrush all the way around your lips. 
  3. Then, grab a washcloth and wipe away the dead skin cells. This is exfoliation at its simplest. You don't need anything fancy.

Makeup artists use this trick all the time. They recommend that brides and models do this the night before their wedding or photoshoot to smooth out the canvas that will be worked on the next day. 

Soft, smooth lips

Right away you'll notice, smooth soft lips that glow and are plumped up by increasing circulation to the area.

When you wipe away the dead skin cells, you'll find the new baby soft skin underneath.

Now you have a perfect start to apply your hydrating all natural lipstick and organic lip gloss. 

Make sure to choose a lipstick or organic lipgloss with only naturally occurring, minimal ingredients.


Now, you know one of the easiest ways to heal chapped lips naturally without medicated chapsticks!

Comment below and let us know if how this works for you.

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1 Response


November 21, 2017

Your website has so many wonderful tips and your lipsticks and lip glosses are such fabulous colors! It’s so nice to have beautiful colors to choose from and know that they won’t hurt my body. I also have lyme!

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