Natural Lip Treatment Moisture Mask (Chemical Free)

It’s getting quite cold here in the Uk, I like to call it “fresh” ! ūüėČ

I love Autumn, its so pretty and I love wrapping up in Warm scarfs and gloves and big coats. BUT it’s a challenge for our skin to go from the central heating into the cold and you may notice your skin becoming flakey and a little dry…

 

There are several ways to support your skin :

 

  • Drink more water, stay hydrated
  • Feed your skin with good fats – Chia Seeds, Fish oil, Krill oil, Avocado
  • Get your greens in your diet, either through a large salad, a green juice or Smoothie, or/and a green food powder.
  • Exercise, get the blood pumping to all areas! Gives you a healthy glow, and lets your body detox through your skin
  • Take a Probiotic, a healthy gut is healthy happy skin.
  • Pamper your skin with natural face masks, ones you know are chemical free and will actually feed and nourish your skin – i recommend : Neals Yard Remedies. – White Tea Enriching Mask¬†and Wild Rose Beauty Balm, check out my reviews here and here.
  • Coconut Oil, great moisturiser, hair treatment, heat-resistant cooking oil ( Great all-rounder!)

 

I wanted to share a quick homemade Lip treatment / Lip mask I use in the colder months to keep my lips super soft and moisturised and happy!

Natural Lip Treatment Moisture Mask (Chemical Free)

All you need is 2 things!

  • Manuka Honey
  • A Toothbrush

It’s so easy all you need to do is apply some honey onto your lips directly, rub it in and leave for 5-10 minutes, trying not to lick it off! ūüėČ

Then wet your toothbrush and massage the lips in little circles with the brush, removing the honey at the same time.

You’ll be left with super smooth lips, totally kissable ūüôā

Give it a go and your lips will love you for it.

 

 

  • Or if you are interested in getting started on your own Health Goals and Weight ¬†loss journey with a one-on-one consultation contact me at¬†juice rehab@hotmail.co.uk
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