All About Lips
Experts reveal how to keep your mouth soft and smooth (and prettily colored).
How to Care for Your Lips
Like your complexion, lips require maintenance to look their best. “Your mouth is constantly exposed to food, drinks, sunlight, makeup, and often drying oral-hygiene products,” says David H. McDaniel, a dermatologist in Virginia Beach, Virginia. “These elements, combined with your mouth’s thin skin, lack of oil glands, little to no melanin, plus frequent facial movement, can have an aging effect on the lips over time.” Here, how to treat the issues that can plague lips.
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