You Have Been Using Lip Scrubs The Wrong Way.
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Do you own a lip scrub? Lip scrubs have been all the rage for a while now. There are tons of recipes for DIY lip scrubs out there on the web and the flavors are unlimited. I have seen recipes for bubble gum, candy cane, grapefruit, lavender, and sea breeze lip scrubs, just to name a few.
Most people assume that the purpose of a lip scrub is to "scrub" off the dead skin on their lips, hence their name. While this is a function of lip scrubs, there is a much better use of lip scrubs that is not as widely known or practiced. I believe that this less well known function if lip scrubs is really there main purpose. If you'd like to learn what this less well known lip scrub function is, and whether or not you have been using your lip scrub wrong all this time, please keep reading. I have also included my own recipe for my candy cane and watermelon lip scrub.