Sunday, March 15, 2015

How to Make Brown Sugar Lip Scrub



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California is in a serious drought lately.  Unfortunately, so are my lips!  I couldn’t believe I traveled to the desert (Las Vegas) without bringing my lip balm.  To add to that, a few nights of staying at the hotel room with constant air conditioning only made things worse.  Plus, I simply forgot to stay hydrated with all the busy activities going on.  So, when I got home and back to my normal routine, I realized my lips were all cracked up and super dry (see picture below)!  No fun at all!

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Fortunately, this homemade Brown Sugar Lip Scrub is super easy to make and I already have both ingredients handy in my pantry!  Yup, there are only 2 ingredients in this recipe and it works wonder on my super dry lips!

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All you need to do is mix equal parts of brown sugar and coconut oil together.  I use about 2 tablespoons each.  Simply mash them up in a clean bowl with a fork;  and you’ve got your lip scrub ready to use!  I stored mine in small containers for easy access.   You can store the remaining in a cool dry place for future use.


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When ready to use, wash and dry your hands.  Take a small amount of the Brown Sugar Lip Scrub and gently rub it on your lips.  Massage with finger tips for about 30 seconds.  Then, you can use a clean cloth or tissue to wipe your lips clean.  Hm….and it tastes great too!  It’s totally safe if you “accidentally” swallow a little of the scrub.  Since my lips were so dry, I used the lip scrub once in the morning and once at night to speed up the process. 


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This picture below is taken after 2 usages only.  Can you see the improvement on my lips already?  No more cracked surface!  It’s totally amazing to see the results, don’t you agree?!

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I’m happy to report that my lips are back to normal now.  Since then, I continue to use the lip scrub once or twice a week, just to keep the skin on my lips healthy and shiny. 

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So, whether you have dry lips or not, this Brown Sugar Lip Scrub is wonderful to have around the house.  I don’t know about you, but I do want to keep my lips kissable and beautiful!

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One more look at the “Before and After” picture below just to compared.  My lips were back to normal after just 2 days using the lip scrub.  So amazing!


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Brown Sugar Lip Scrub:
2 tablespoons of brown sugar
2 tablespoons of organic coconut oil

In a small clean bowl, mix the ingredients with a fork.  Store in air tight container in a cool dry place.

To use, take a small amount of lip scrub and massage onto lips with fingertips for 30 seconds.  Wipe clean with a tissue. 

Recommend to use once or twice a week for a healthy glow.  If your lips are more dry, use as much as twice a day until condition is better.


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12 comments:

  1. Thank you Amy for sharing the tips.

    Blessings
    Priscilla Poh (Singapore)

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    1. You're most welcome, Priscilla.

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  2. Oh my, this is just what I need...right NOW! My lips are so dry.
    Thanks so much for this great tip.
    Have a lovely week ahead.
    FABBY

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    1. You're most welcome, Fabby. Hope this will help your lips.

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  3. Is the brown sugar you use raw? My lips are really dry and this is something easy that I can try too.

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    1. I used regular brown sugar since I want finer texture of the scrub. I'm afraid raw sugar is too rough for my already dry lips. :)

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  4. Not only are your lips kissable and beautiful, when you are using this natural lip scrub, your lips are lickable and sweet too! :D

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    1. hehe...thank you my friend. You're making me blush.

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  5. Amy,
    this is fabulous,
    and you are too gorgeous! x

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  6. Lovely idea, Amy! I will try this for sure!

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    1. Thank you, Marcela. Glad you love it.

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