Chapped and rough lips giving you nightmares? Moisturising is just not enough to get luscious lips. You need to get rid of the loose skin from the lip surface to reveal smooth and fresh skin below. Also, with time, dead skin cells accumulate on the lips which can make them appear pigmented and rough. Not only are rough lips and flaky-looking lips unsightly and uncomfortable, they can make your favourite lippy feather, bleed and look awful. Lip products tend to settle in the cracks and creases of rough lips spoiling the look considerably.
Cleansing with soap and water does not fully remove the dead skin cells and loose skin from the lips. This is where exfoliation comes in. Exfoliating removes the debris and reveals fresh skin underneath which is smooth and soft. The simplest way to get rid of rough lips and make way for polished, luscious lips is by exfoliating before applying lip balm. Get totally smooth lips with MyGlamm Scrubilicous Lip Scrub and Colour Enhancer. This gentle exfoliator gently buffs away dry and flaky skin from the lip surface making them enviably smooth, soft and pink.
MyGlamm Scrubilicious comes with tiny particles that gently scrub the skin and melt on the surface, leaving you with delectably soft and luscious lips. It also leaves a pink tint behind for rosy lips. The tiny granules in Scrublicious gently exfoliate away dead skin cells and extra skin giving the lips a polished look. The Jojoba oil keeps the skin from drying. The result is soft, supple and plumped up lips.
Now prep your pout at the start of your makeup routine to ensure your lipstick glides on smoothly and stays on for longer. The lip conditioners in Scrubilicious hydrate and nourish the lips leaving them soft and oh-so-kissable.
- Exfoliates lips
- Smoothes and softens lips
- Leaves a rosy tint behind
- Easy to carry and not messy
How to use:
-Open the cap and swipe on Scrubilicious pencil onto the lips.
- No need to wipe as the particles with dissolve on your lips.
- Use two to three times weekly.
Check out the video to see how easy it is to use Scrubilicious: