• Kami

Oh, so you have chapped lips!!!!!

Updated: Oct 29, 2020

As the seasons are changing and winter is fast approaching, lip care will most likely be at the forefront of our minds. I love all things lip gloss. I love the sheen, the moisture they can provide to your lips, but what goes into a lip gloss. How do we protect our lips this upcoming season? What natural and organic way can we moisturize and protect our lips from losing moisture?

A couple of the best carrier oils for lips include coconut oil and grapeseed oil. Coconut oil has antioxidants, vitamins A, and C. The fatty acids in coconut oil have antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory properties, which are great for chapped lips. Grapeseed oil contains polyphenols, hydroxy acid, and vitamin E. There are anti-aging properties as well as the lip-elasticity support from the polyphenols.

Another oil that is good for lips, as well as the entire body, is jojoba oil. Jojoba oil provides the skin with a protective barrier and works to seal your skin and prevent it from losing moisture. Similar to coconut oil, jojoba oil also has antibacterial and antioxidant properties. The great thing about jojoba oil is that jojoba's make-up is identical to the oil your body naturally produces, is hypoallergenic, and regulates the body's natural sebum production.

That was a short lesson on some of the best oils; what does it all mean? Well, one thing is sure these oils are oils that everyone should incorporate in their lip care routine. That being said, these oils have been selected for use in our handmade lip gloss due to the beneficial properties they possess.

If you are looking for an affordable, vegan option for your lips, give Dipping Divas a try! These lip glosses are infused with coconut, grapeseed, and jojoba oils to provide the ultimate moisture and sheen for your lips. Click this link to get to know me and access exclusive deals and more!

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