The Best Way To Hydrate Your Lips Naturally

Mary Grace Sahagun

Lifestyle Writer

Sep 11, 2022

The Best Way To Hydrate Your Lips From Burt’s Bees!

Extremely cold and windy conditions are taxing on the human body; your muscles, bones, hair, skin, and lips are all more likely to experience damage in these kinds of environments. Because your lips do not have oil glands like the majority of your skin does, they frequently get parched much more readily than other places of your body where your body is exposed— this is especially true in the winter.

Because of this, it is vital to maintain a proper lip care regimen in order to retain your lips smooth and healthy throughout the whole year. And here’s where Burt’s Bee comes to the rescue—

Lip Care

Hydrating Your Lips With 3 Simple Yet Magical Ingredients!

Scrub, Treat, Hydrate

If you want to give your lips the care they deserve, you should include these three hydrating items into your regular skincare regimen.

The Best Way To Hydrating Your Lips From Burt's Bees! | The Carousel

Scrub: Remove dry, flaky dead skin cells from lips with Burt’s Bees Conditioning Lip Scrub. Nourish and smooth dry lips with responsibly sourced Beeswax, exotic oils & exfoliating honey crystals leaving them beautifully smooth & soft.

RRP $12.99

Treat: Restore your lips whilst you sleep with Burt’s Bees Overnight Intensive Lip Treatment. Rich in natural ceramides, this luxurious treatment reduces the appearance of fine lines and restores your lips’ natural moisture barrier for soft, healthy-looking lips.

RRP $12.99

Hydrate: Achieve effortless, natural beauty with hydrated lips by using Burt’s Bees moisturising Original Beeswax Lip Balm. Infused with Beeswax, a natural skin conditioner, and Vitamin E to moisturise and soften lips. A final hint of peppermint oil provides that one-of-a-kind refreshing tingle.

RRP $6.95

Available now from Woolworths, Big W, Priceline, Chemist Warehouse, Amazon and David Jones

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By Mary Grace Sahagun

Lifestyle Writer

Mary Grace Sahagun is a Lifestyle Writer for The Carousel and Women Love Tech. Mary Grace turned her hand to writing after she began her career as an aircraft engineer.



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