Our scrub works well in removing dead skin and leaving your lips hydrated and highly moisturised.
Shea Butter is said to have anti-inflammatory properties and is often used to heal and prevent chapped lips. Benefits: Leaves lips soft and supple. Works to prevent chapped lips.
Coconut oil is its moisturizing effects. This makes it ideal for chapped lips. Coconut oil is also considered an emollient. Emollients are non-cosmetic moisturizers that help keep the skin moist, and they’re primarily used to protect the skin. They trap moisture in your skin.
Other benefits of coconut oil include the potential disinfecting and antimicrobial effects. Such benefits may keep your lips germ-free, and subsequently help protect any cracked skin from becoming infected too.
Vitamin E oil can be used to relieve chapped, dry lips. Since vitamin E promotes cell turnover and regeneration, using it on dry lips brings new cells to the surface faster.
Jojoba oil soothed dry, chapped lips because of its nourishing vitamin and minerals.
Granulated white sugar acts as exfoliators and therefore remove dead skin cells.
Adds a dash of colour to the lip scrub