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Skin Care Tip: Lip Moistener & Softener

submitted by CELESTE BOVE, Henderson, NV USA

Tip description / details:
Buy a small bottle of liquid natural vitamin E (found in health food & vitamin stores). Your lips readily absorb the vitamin E and stay moist and soft. This is much cheaper than expensive lip creams and lasts longer than lip gloss.

Natural vitamin E. Many products labeled vitamin E also contain other oils such as canola. It is better if you can find oil that is 100% vitamin E. Note - Natural vitamin E oil is usually amber in color while many of the synthetuc mixtures are clear.

How to prepare:

How to use:
Apply to your lips each night with a disposable cotton swab. If lips are very dry or chapped, apply the liquid a few times each day. The vitamin E liquid can also be applied over your lipstick instead of a gloss.

Results (observed by submitter):
I live in a very dry climate and with regular use of liquid Vitamin my lips stay soft and moist. The moistness also seems to minimize the appearance of the fine wrinkles around my lips.

Costs involved:
$5 - $10


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