Say goodbye to dry lips with this Homemade Honey Grapefruit Lip Scrub! Exfoliate and moisturize in minutes for a soft and smooth smile. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn a commission.
If you're tired of dealing with dry and chapped lips, this simple and natural remedy is just what you need.
With the refreshing scent of grapefruit and the moisturizing properties of honey, your lips will be left feeling soft, smooth, and revitalized.
Best of all, it only takes a few minutes to whip up this DIY lip scrub right in your own kitchen.
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In a small bowl, combine all ingredients.
Stir until well combined.
Pour out some of the excess oil and discard.
Pour the sugar scrub mixture into a small container with a tight-fitting lid.
And that is all there is to it. Your Honey Grapefruit Lip Scrub is made!
How to Use:
Take a small amount of sugar lip scrub and rub it over your lips in a circular motion for about 1 - 2 minutes.
It is best done over a sink because it can make a mess.
With a damp warm washcloth, wipe your lips and the surrounding area to remove the lip scrub.
Moisturize your newly soft lips with your favorite lip balm, and they will feel so good!
The best part is there is no need to worry if you accidentally lick your lips. This DIY lip scrub recipe is made with natural ingredients and shouldn't hurt you if you ingest a tiny amount.
Plus, it tastes good. So there is that. 🤣
How to Store:
Your homemade lip scrubs can be stored at room temperature, in an air-tight container for up to 5 weeks.
If for any reason the honey lip scrub mixture begins to smell, discard it without further use.
Here are some simple substitutions you can use to make your own homemade lip scrubs.
- Sugar - Instead of granulated sugar, brown sugar is a popular alternative.
- Essential Oils - You can also use your favorite scent of essential oil. Since different oils have different scent strengths, add in small batches so you don't make the mixture too strong.
- Carrier Oils - Jojoba Oil, Coconut Oil, Olive Oil, Vitamin E Oil, and Avacado Oil are all great choices as well.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Yes, DIY lip scrubs do work to exfoliate your lips by removing dead skin cells and dry skin. It also moisturizes and nourishes your lips, leaving you with smooth lips that look healthier, fuller, and more hydrated.
No, you should not use any type of exfoliating scrub more than twice a week. Start with once a week to see how your skin reacts and then adjust your routine as needed.
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