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Why Lips Crack in Winter: Natural Solutions with Cosmetics from Nature.
In winter, the problem of chapped lips is a special situation that can make your daily life difficult.
But why does this happen?
Lips are sensitive and thin mucous membranes. Unlike the skin, they do not produce their own sebum or have a protective barrier to retain moisture. This means they are particularly vulnerable to dehydration, especially during the winter months when cold temperatures strip away moisture.
In addition, winter illnesses such as colds and stuffy noses lead to more frequent mouth breathing, exacerbating lip dehydration.
Also, summer sun exposure can cause long-term damage, which is especially evident in winter.
To protect your lips naturally, look for cosmetics with natural ingredients. Organic butters, such as shea butter and cocoa butter, are known for their moisturizing properties and ability to protect skin from dryness. In addition, natural essential oils, such as jojoba oil, can provide deep hydration without leaving a greasiness.
Prefer natural cosmetics that do not contain paraffin or synthetic ingredients. Nature provides us with the right tools to take care of our lips in the most natural and pure way, offering them the protection they deserve.
Does lip balm help dry lips that suffer?
A good lip balm is a must especially during winter when your lips tend to get dry.
Their soothing, emollient ingredients can help relieve discomfort and repair chapped lips.
Apply a light layer of lip balm to the lips throughout the day and you'll create a barrier of balm that protects against drying lips, while also helping dry lips retain moisture for longer.
So "balm" for the lips and the soul, Biobella products, as they treat and protect the very delicate and sensitive skin of the lips, providing it with a natural shine.
Biobella's lip-balms treat the lips in a completely natural way, as they contain organic beeswax, olive oil and organically cultivated essential oils.
What do our natural lip balms contain?
They contain natural active ingredients that effectively help dry and damaged lips.
Let's look at a few:
Shea Butter: rich in vegetable fats, offers excellent moisturizing properties. Its use enhances the elasticity of the skin, preserves natural moisture and provides an antioxidant effect due to the phenolic substances it contains. With 7 Catechins, which are also found in Green Tea, it strengthens the skin's defense against infection and solar radiation. Vitamins E and A offer antimicrobial action, treating irritations and eczema.
Cocoa butter: has nourishing and moisturizing properties, contributing significantly to maintaining the softness, firmness and elasticity of the skin. Its rich content of fatty acids, antioxidants and vitamins E and K offers an impressive healing effect, making it highly effective in reducing stretch marks, scars and wrinkles
Vitamin E, also known as the "beauty vitamin", is emerging as one of the most important secrets of modern cosmetology for healthy skin. It is a powerful antioxidant that protects cells from free radical damage, making the skin radiant and youthful. In addition, it helps to enhance the light and healthy skin tone. With its ability to boost blood circulation, vitamin E boosts skin health and helps reduce the signs of aging.
Aloe extract: with its nourishing and soothing properties, it enhances skin renewal, effectively removing dead cells. At the same time, it protects against free radicals, maintaining the skin's natural moisture. Its ability to promote the growth of new cells and its anti-inflammatory properties help to heal wounds, reducing inflammation, irritation and itching. A natural ally for the health and well-being of your skin.
To create a protective barrier, apply lip balm regularly to your lips, reapplying after meals or drinks.
Lip balms will not be effective if they are not absorbed by the lips. To enhance the lip balm's action, get rid of any dry flakes that may be blocking the absorption of the restorative ingredients.
For a gentle exfoliation, gently exfoliate dead skin cells using a clean toothbrush or dry washcloth. Apply in small circular motions before rinsing lips with lukewarm water.
If your lips become dry due to the heat, apply a light layer of lip balm before going to bed.
During sleep, your lips will absorb the nutrients of the balm, leaving them feeling soft and comfortable in the morning.