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Exfoliate

Gently exfoliate your lips regularly to remove dead skin cells, using a lip scrub or a homemade mixture of sugar and honey.

Stop licking or peeling lips

Avoid the temptation to lick or peel your lips, as this can lead to further dryness and irritation.

Lip care before sleeping

Apply a nourishing lip balm or oil before bedtime to provide overnight hydration and repair.

Try home remedies

Explore natural remedies like applying a mixture of coconut oil or almond oil with honey to keep your lips soft and moisturized.

Keep moisturizing

Use a high-quality lip balm throughout the day to maintain moisture, especially after exposure to wind or cold weather.

Apply sunscreen

Protect your lips from the sun’s harmful rays by using a lip balm with SPF, as winter sun can still cause damage.

Hydrate

Drink plenty of water to keep your body and lips hydrated from the inside out, combating dryness caused by winter weather.

Protect from the elements

Use a scarf or a high-collar jacket to shield your lips from harsh winds and cold temperatures.

Avoid hot water

When washing your face, try to avoid hot water on your lips, as it can strip away natural oils and contribute to dryness.

Balanced diet

Ensure a diet rich in vitamins and minerals, including foods high in omega-3 fatty acids, to promote overall skin health, including your lips.

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