MACQUEZA Guide: How To Prevent Getting Chapped Lips

There are days our lips start to get dry, itchy, and cracked due to less moisture in the air or being dehydrated. Here are 5 simple steps to turn chapped lips into soft, smooth, and kissable rosy lips.


Exfoliate regularly, dead skin cells can make your lips feel rough. Exfoliating your lips regularly helps slough off dead skins, revealing the soft skin underneath. Alternatively, you may use GLOV Exfoliating Lip Scrubex. This reusable lip scrub helps you get soft lips by exfoliating it to get rid of dead skin cells on your lips. The best part of this product is it works with just water! It is also reusable for up to 3 months. You may get it from!


Apply lip balm with SPF

Our lips are constantly exposed to the sun, so it is important to choose lip balm with SPF 15 or higher to protect our lips. In addition, moisturize with hyaluronic acid, shea butter and aloe vera to prevent dry and chapped lips. 3owzWlvnmYQUzK5VIs

Stay hydrated

It is important to keep ourselves hydrated throughout the day by drinking enough water, at least 8-10 glasses. When our body is dehydrated, our lips will be more prone to dryness, thus resulting in having chapped lips. america-ieyVDBCeAJBIhOLVkQ

Remove your lip makeup before bed

No matter how tired you are after a long day, do not forget to remove your lip makeup and moisturize your lips with a lip balm before going to bed. This step shouldn't be skipped as it will prevent chapped lips. lqjhY3J1Prj5Rp3Uif

Don’t lick or bite your lips

Licking or biting your lips will cause more chaps as it dries your lips more. Our saliva contains enzymes like amylase and maltase. Over time, this will leave your lips more vulnerable to dry air that causes our lips to chap.

Here are some of the useful tips to prevent chapped lips. I personally think they are useful and have prevented me to get chapped lips over the years. Overall, I feel like keeping ourselves hydrated is the key to prevent any dry area on our body. Keep yourself hydrated over the week.




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