Almond Oil : Almond Oil helps to rejuvenate your lips by removing the dead skin cells, prevent chapped lips and keeps them moisturized. Vitamin E present in Almond Oil helps to keep your lips healthy and protects it from UV rays which tend to make your lips dark.
Vitamin e-Oil : Vitamin E oil, usually used in lip care products, has humectant properties that hydrate, and emollient properties, which support the skin barrier. Such products like Vitamin E lipstick and Vitamin E lip balm can also help blood circulation, speed up cell generation and make the lips smoother, plumper and softer.
Olive oil : Applying olive oil on lips can help to hydrate and nourish dry, cracked, or chapped lips. Regular use of olive oil can result in soft and supple lips. This is because olive oil contains fatty acids that can penetrate the skin and help to lock in moisture.
Cinnamon powder : Cinnamon oil contains cassia that increases blood flow to your lips and gives a plump effect. Cinnamon is a natural exfoliant for your lips; it reduces the dead skin cells and gives you lighter lips.
Ghee: Ghee is loaded with antioxidants, making it a perfect lip oil for pigmented lips. Massaging your lips each night with ghee might help remove the residues of lipsticks and dead skin from your lips.
Aloe Gel: Aloe vera gel is good for chapped and non-chapped lips. It contains enzymes, Vitamin A, Vitamin C, antioxidants, and anti-inflammatory properties that provide benefits for the lips. It includes moisturizing, curing, rehydrating, and speeding up the healing of chapped lips.
Rose extracts : Roses exert a stunning effect on your lips. They not only lend a pinkish hue to your lips but also make them soft as they moisturise the skin and enhance colour. Moreover, rose petals exfoliate your lips and make them look fuller.