7 DIY Remedies For Chapped Lips

Chapped lips will not give others the impression you want as they give a shabby look; Kind of unprofessional. Therefore it is very important to have smooth and attractive lips for one and all. Chapped lips are caused by dryness, flaking, tender or sore lips and cracking and usually takes place during the winters. Smoking, vitamin deficiency, allergic reactions, sun exposure and excessive licking of lips are the sources behind why lips are forced to feel such wearing and tearing. Most often, chapped lips are of common occurrence during the winters due to excessive dryness. Chapped lips will not only look ugly, they can cause bleeding and avoid you to consume a lot of things such as hot beverages or chilly food for that matter. Let us consider some homemade ways by which you can counter such problem.

Here Are The 7 DIY Remedies For Chapped Lips:

1. Honey

The antibacterial element present in honey can help you recover the damaged parts and acts as a moisturizer as well. Simply apply honey on your lips for4-6 times a day or make a paste out of honey and glycerin and apply it before bed. With the help of the two, your lips will feel better in the morning and surely no bleeding to occur (which rather occurs usually).

Honey

2. Rose Petals

If you have a garden with Rose growing, this can come very handy to you. Use some petals and wash them thoroughly before mixing them with some milk. The thick solution produced should be applied 3-4 times a day and before going to bed. The results will be the same as above but additionally, you will have the natural color of your lips back.

Rose petals

3. Sugar

Sugar helps in rejuvenating the exfoliating dead cells to revive quicker than expected. By having a paste made out of honey and sugar and then applied on your lips will just do the much needed for you. Remember to wash the paste off with lukewarm water to get instant relief.

Sugar

4. Aloe Vera

This is a natural moisturizer and has the capability of acting as an anti-inflammatory. The hygroscopic property in it, i.e. ability to hold moisture will definitely act as a moisturizer for the much needed duration. By simply extracting the gel off from Aloe Vera and applying it on the lips will give you the desired result after it is washed away by lukewarm water.

Aloe Vera

5. Cucumber

Cucumber is a natural moisturizer for your skin. Cut open a cucumber and apply it on your lips and let them absorb it for about 15-20 minutes. This also provides the lips with much needed nutrients which they lack that cause them to break.

Cucumber

6. Castor Oil

Talking about natural moisturizers, castor oil is another one of them. Add some castor oil with lemon (which would enhance the look of them by providing Vitamin C) and the paste made if applied overnight, in the morning you can see effective results as this time you wouldn’t have to worry about them tearing and bleeding early in the morning. If you are falling short of time, you can also apply castor oil directly and rinse them with lukewarm water.

Castor Oil

7. Coconut Oil

Coconut oil is another great natural moisturizer in the present times. This allows you to keep hold of the moisture so needed by the lips. By applying coconut oil or mustard oil for that matter, on your lips can boost the process of reviving your damaged lips.

Coconut Oil