Looking at Lip Health

Looking at Lip Health

Looking at Lip Health – Lip health is important for several reasons, as the lips play crucial roles in our daily lives functional and aesthetic aspects. Women Talking looks at why lip health matters and how to avoid dry and cracked lips by protecting them from the sun and wind.

Healthy lips are essential for overall comfort and well-being. Lip irritation and dryness be uncomfortable and even painful, making it difficult to talk, eat, or smile comfortably, so something we need to avoid at all costs.

Benefits of Healthy Lips:

Our lips are an essential part of facial expressions and non-verbal communication. They contribute to various emotions like smiling, frowning, or pouting, which play a significant role in human interactions and social bonding.

You may or may not be aware that the skin on our lips is thinner and more sensitive compared to the skin on other parts of the body. Healthy lips act as a natural barrier, protecting the delicate lip tissue from harsh environmental factors like sun exposure, wind, and extreme temperatures.

Our lips are exposed to the elements daily, and any breaks or cracks in the skin can provide entry points for harmful bacteria and viruses. Keeping the lips healthy and moisturized helps to reduce the risk of infections.

To maintain lip health, it’s essential to practice good lip care habits, such as regular exfoliation and moisturization, staying hydrated, avoiding excessive sun exposure, and protecting lips from harsh weather conditions.


This helps to remove dead skin cells: Like the rest of your skin, your lips can accumulate dead skin cells, making them appear dull, dry, and chapped. Exfoliating helps to slough off these dead cells, revealing fresh, soft, and smooth skin underneath. Helping to prevent the build-up of dead skin, will reduce the chances of your lips becoming chapped and cracked.

Regular exfoliation can improve the texture and colour of your lips, making them look more vibrant and youthful enhancing their appearance.

Lip exfoliation, not only makes your lips feel good but will also help to improve lipstick application: By removing dead skin, exfoliation creates a smoother surface for lipstick, making it easier to apply and allowing your shade to last longer.

It is important to exfoliate and moisturize your lips regularly to maintain healthy, soft, and attractive lips.


Lips have thinner skin compared to other parts of the body and are more prone to drying out. Regular moisturising of this delicate area provides essential hydration and nutrients. Blistex Lip Infusions – Hydration and Blistex Lip Infusions – Nourishing offers all the protection lips need to help prevent dryness and maintain their health. This will help your lips to stay soft and supple, preventing roughness and flakiness.

Moisturizing your lips forms a protective barrier against harsh environmental elements like wind, cold, and UV rays, which can cause dryness and damage. If you are looking for greater protection against the potentially harmful rays of the sun try the Blistex Ultra SPF 50+ which provides advanced sun protection to help defend lips from UVA as well as the UVB rays, infused with antioxidants and vitamins C & E, it also helps seal in moisture to keep them hydrated, whilst protecting them from the sun.

When choosing lip care products, look for gentle exfoliants specifically designed for the delicate skin of the lips. Avoid over-exfoliating, as this can lead to irritation. Additionally, opt for lip balms or moisturizers that contain ingredients like beeswax, shea butter, cocoa butter, or oils like coconut, jojoba, or almond oil for effective hydration and nourishment.

Blistex has a complete range of lip care products available in selected Boots, Tesco, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, Asda, Waitrose, Wilko, HomeBargains and Savers. Lip Infusions range available on-line and at selected Tesco, Morrisons and Superdrug stores and at Ocado.com.

Poppy Watt

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