My favorite lip scrubs for baby soft lips.

Say good bye to dry chapped lips and hello to soft pink lips with these yummy lip scrubs which BTW also smell great!

Cinnamon Lip Scrub

Not only does the cinnamon leave your lips supple, it also plumps them as it is a natural lip plumper and a natural exfoliator.

Ingredients

1/2 teaspoon ground cinnamon powder

1/2 tablespoon raw honey

1/2 tablespoon olive oil

Directions

Combine the ingredients in a mixing bowl, Mix them well and apply the scrub using your fingertips to gently remove dead skin.

Orange Peel Lip Scrub

Orange peel does wonders for treating dark and discolored lips while almond oil helps nourish and moisturize dry, flaky lips. The sugar in this recipe is a natural exfoliator for soft lips.

Ingredients

2 tablespoons dried orange peel powder

2 tablespoon brown sugar

12 drops of almond oil

Directions

Grind a dried orange peel to make a fine powder.

Add brown sugar and almond oil to the powder and mix the ingredients in a bowl.

Gently rub this mixture all over your lips for about 30 seconds.

Clean your lips with a wet wipe or wash with warm water.

Coconut And Honey Lip Scrub

Coconut oil is filled with antioxidants and fatty acids that nourish the skin, while the brown sugar acts as a natural exfoliator that helps remove flakes and dry skin. Honey is choke-full of healing properties that help soothe cracked lips.

Ingredients

1 tablespoon coconut oil

1 tablespoon organic honey

2 tablespoons brown sugar

1/2 tablespoon lukewarm water

Directions

Mix coconut oil and honey.

Add brown sugar and the lukewarm water to this mixture.

Rub the mixture on your lips in a circular motion for two to three minutes and then rinse with lukewarm water.

Mint Chocolate Coffee Lip Scrub

The cocoa, coffee and sugar in this scrub act as natural exfoliators. They slough off dead skin easily and nourish your lips from deep within while the Grapeseed oil moisturizes and hydrates your lips.

Ingredients

2 tablespoons sugar

1/2 teaspoon cocoa

1/2 teaspoon coffee grounds

1 tablespoon grapeseed oil

3 drops of peppermint essential oil

Directions

Mix the sugar, cocoa, and coffee grounds together in a bowl.

Add grapeseed oil and peppermint oil to this mixture and blend it until you achieve your desired consistency.

Rub onto your lips and scrub for a minute.

Wash with lukewarm water.

Note:

Avocado oil can be used in place of grapeseed oil.

Pink Bubblegum Lip Scrub

The sugar removes dead skin cells to reveal healthy skin underneath. Extra virgin olive oil hydrates and seals moisture into your lips. You may skip the food colour if you want to, it isj ust to make the scrub look pretty. This scrub smells so good and makes a pretty gift for your female friends/ relatives.

Ingredients

1 tablespoon sugar

1/2 teaspoon extra virgin olive oil

1-2 drops of strawberry extract

Rose-pink food color

Directions

Mix the sugar and olive oil in a bowl.

Add the strawberry extract into the mixture and blend well.

Add a few drops of your food color according to your preference and stir well.

Apply the scrub all over your lips, allowing it to remove any dead skin.

Vanilla Coconut Lip Scrub

I am obsessed with how good this scrub smells! It doesn’t just smell nice, it is also wonderful for the lips. Coconut oil helps soothe chapped lips and deeply moisturizes them while sugar helps exfoliate dry skin and vanilla extract helps heal sunburns. If you have been out in the sun, this is a good lip scrub to try.

Ingredients

1 teaspoon unrefined coconut oil

2 teaspoons sugar

1/4 teaspoon vanilla extract

Directions

Mix the sugar, coconut oil, and vanilla extract in a mixing bowl.

Take a small amount and massage it onto your lips for a minute.

Rinse with warm water.

After exfoliating your lips, take it a step further and apply a lip mask. You can make one yourself or apply a commercial one. After washing off or removing the lip mask, moisturize your lips with a rich lip moisturizer or lip balm.

What are some of your favorite lip scrubs? Let me know in the comment section below.

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