Peppermint Brown Sugar Lip Scrub

by Yu Ming O'Neil

Peppermint Brown Sugar Lip Scrub

Suffering from dry, chapped, flaky lips? You can whip up a quick lip scrub treatment at home.

Directions:

Mix one tablespoon of brown sugar with one tablespoon of almond oil (or you can use olive, jojoba or melted coconut oil). It’s optional but you can certainly put a couple of drops of pure peppermint essential oil into your DIY lip scrub. The tingly minty sensation is just lovely and a real treat.

Your lips will be left super smooth and the oil will help rejuvenate parched lips in an instant.

Tip: Be gentle while scrubbing your lips as sugar granules can be quite rough. We found coconut oil to be the “softest” of all the oils and provided a gentle but restorative treatment to chapped lips. It’s the most troublesome to prep as you have to heat the coconut oil to melt it into a liquid but so worth it!




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