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Lip Loofahs: Tis The Season For Smooth Smackers

With Valentine's Day coming up in t-minus 10 days, and all of this talk about sexy lip plumpers, sexy lip glosses, and sexy lip stains, it's time to get your kissers into shape. These exfoliators are made especially for your lips. They will scrub away any dullness, flakiness or cracking and make your lips look pink, soft and supple. Here are three new lip exfoliators to check out this season!

The Lip Scrub by Sara Happ, $20, was created by a 27-year-old beauty entrepreneur. Happ, a self proclaimed lip beauty product junkie was sick and tired of having to concoct her own at home lip scrubs to get rid of dry, flaky skin so she decided to do something about it. One last time she mixed and measured in the kitchen and came up with the lip scrub.

It contains ingredients to exfoliate and eliminate chapped lips. Just massage a small amount onto your lips using a gentle and circular motion. Wipe away with a tissue and take a deep breath in to soak up the yummy aroma! Available in six flavors: cocoa, almond creme, peppermint, vanilla bean, cinnamon sugar and brown sugar.

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"Philosophy Kiss Me Exfoliating Lip Scrub, $15, is just what the lip doctor ordered. To get super soft, smooth and natural looking lips exfoliate a couple of times a week. This scrub is enriched with natural butters and oils, to ensure your lips are in kiss me condition.

LIP-INK Dermaliquid Lip Smooth Scrub, $29.95, is made from rich macadamia nut oil which happens to be the closest natural oil that is in our lips. This magic ingredient absorbs oh so well! Also included is coarse sea salt to help smooth and exfoliate dead skin cells, collagen to plump lip tissue, plant protein peptides and essential oils to ensure silky smooth lips and a yummy smell.

Join The Conversation
0037sammie 0037sammie 8 years
Why waste good money on these? I use normal sugar and mix it with honey to make a perfectly good scrub. The honey draws moisture to the lips and softens them while the sugar exfoliates and dissolves when washed away. Try it...simple, cheap and works every time! =D
flutterpie flutterpie 10 years
where is the fun in using a toothbrush?! i like the philosophy one, it seems less messy flutter-the one, the only, accept no substitutions
astrid_guest astrid_guest 10 years
I agree with CCsugar. Waste of money. Just use a toothbrush, sans toothpaste obviously.
ccsugar ccsugar 10 years
These are all too expensive. I'll just use my toothbrush!
swwonder swwonder 10 years
My brother uses one from Lush which he said works really well.
lilren lilren 10 years
I recently bought the Sara Happ lip scrub and was really disappointed in it, especially for the price. My advice is to try something cheaper first.
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