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Originally Posted by Aquilah /img/forum/go_quote.gif I use The Softest Lips Lip Scrub from Bissy's Boutique. Works wonders! That's good stuff!!
 
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I use the Mary Kay Satin Lips, too. The exfoliating lip mask is good, and I like the balm even better. Sticks on your lips a lot longer than most.

 
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I use lip smacker. My eight year old sister leaves them everywhere lmao.

They really smooth my lips...and they smell good :)

I don't know if that will really help you but I like it.

 
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I just get a toothbrush.. put a bit of cold water and "scrub" my lips. works well
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I use Beauticontrol's Lip Apeel. I is a mask that you let dry on your lips and then remove and add the lip balm.

 
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I find that regularly applying lip balm stops my lips from going dry. I seriously apply it about every half hour though, I'm addicted to lip balm.

The only time they have been dry recently is when I was ill. And my lip scrub sorted that right out when I was better.

Try to avoid petroleum based lip balms (including vaseline). Not everyone will agree but I find that they make my lips drier. And you know what I've found recently, I used to love Carmex but I haven't used it since I switched to making my own. Well anyway, I bought some recently when I ran out of my homemade stuff and it tastes freaking disgusting and it feels horrible!! Vaseline is the same. I was so glad to get some time this weekend to make some more of my own.

 
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Ditto to Lip Scuff from The Body Shop! I've used it for years and it's great! Cheaper than Smashbox too!

 
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Smashbox has a good one. But def try baking soda in a toothbrush like Tyra, its cheaper and it works real good!

 
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I agree with the others....vaseline and a toothbrush works great. I've also tried the Smashbox lip exfoliator, it also works but isn't as cheap.

 
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Yup, vaseline and a toothbrush. I like Smashbox but seems like they are a little high on a lot of things these days.

 
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I tried mixing honey with sugar and rubbing that on my lips after reading someones post on another forum. It was messy and kind of a pain. I was just to lazy to do it on a regular basis which I need.

Instead of all that I put vasaline on them right before bed. Right after my morning shower, I rub them with a washcloth to remove any dead skin. It comes off really easy then. My lips are looking healthier now.

 

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I just use my regular washcloth with warm water daily.

 
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a little sugar and water mixture works well. since lips don't have the same glands to produce sweat or body oil, the key is to keep them hydrated with a rich balm all day. and try not to lick your lips as that dries them even more.

 

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