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Exfoliation for Your Lips?

I will admit at first I was a little skeptical of a scrub for my lips, I was not sure I understood the necessity of such a thing. The more I read about it, however, the more intrigued I become. I mean, if you think about it, a lip gloss addict like me should naturally be attracted to this product. The Lip Scrub by Sara Happ is like an exfoliate for your lips that "eliminates dry, flaky skin to leave lips ridiculously soft and supple."

It comes in all kind of yummy flavors such as Peppermint, Almond Cream and Cinnamon Sugar. Also, the packaging is adorable, so a perfect gift idea as well. You can buy it online here for $20.00.

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JK-Boogie JK-Boogie 9 years
I would be interested to try it out though
JK-Boogie JK-Boogie 9 years
Ann_fancy...excately keep it simple...it is usually the home simple remedies that works best
jennifer76 jennifer76 9 years
Oooh, this sounds great for winter. Speaking of lips...since berry is supposed to be the hot lip color for fall, can you do a rundown on great berry stains, glosses and 'sticks? Thanks, Fab!!
yayita yayita 9 years
This is a good idea, specially in the winter.
FaeMuse FaeMuse 9 years
A much cheaper alternative is using a wet facecloth, particularly one that's "nubby". :) It'll do away with flaky lips and leaves them buffed and soft. Toothbrush and vaseline is also a good trick, ayup!
momwith2cuties momwith2cuties 9 years
I have dry lips so I'm always looking for new lip stuff. I recently found C.O. Bigelow Lip Buffer and it's an exfolient for your lips. It works great and it's about $7.50 a tube. I bought lots of their lip balms & tints and that's all I've been using lately. LOVE THEM!
ethiopian_princess ethiopian_princess 9 years
regular face exfoliant does the trick too :)
ann_fancy ann_fancy 9 years
I rub mine with a tooth brush and vaseline, and it works

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