Inside Scoop: Plump your lips naturally with this sugar lip scrub recipe.
We exfoliate our body, our face…. and of course, for soft and supple lips why wouldn’t we exfoliate them too? We have just recently been turned onto the trend of sugar lip scrub, and we’re going to tell you right now that we’re not hopping off of this bandwagon anytime soon.
Exfoliating the lips makes them feel a whole other level of soft. Also, we don’t know about you guys, but winter has our lips feeling like the Sahara! Always peeling and flaking, dry, cracked and sore lips is just horrible.
This beautifully DELICIOUS, nutritious and nourishing sugar lip scrub recipe has been put together by your lovely ladies over here in The Naughty Kitchen for those dry winter months.
A NATURAL PLUMPING INGREDIENT IN THIS SUGAR LIP SCRUB RECIPE
The thing that we love the most about this sugar lip scrub recipe is the amazing, not-so-secret ingredient (cayenne) that helps to naturally plump your lips.
Mind you, the thermogenic properties of cayenne pepper actually help to stimulate blood flow, but it also creates a tingling and burning feeling, so if you are going to re-create this sugar lip scrub recipe with the lip plumping action, we would recommend being prepared for some tingling.
This sugar lip scrub recipe is not only easy to put together in 5 simple ingredients, but it’s also completely natural and all of these ingredients can be easily found in your cupboards.
From the antimicrobial and anti-fungal benefits of raw honey and coconut oil, and the exfoliating power of raw sugar. This recipe for an all natural plumping sugar lip scrub is all you’ll need throughout the winter months.
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Sugar Lip Scrub
- 1 Tbsp raw honey
- 4 Tbsp coconut oil
- 2 Tbsp cane sugar
- 1 Tbsp coconut sugar
- sprinkle of cayenne optional, to add plump
- Add all ingredients to a bowl and mix thoroughly.
- Place in glass containers.
- Smooth over lips in circular motion 1-2x a week (more in the winter if you are prone to dry lips).