Dry, chapped lips are no fun. Luckily you don’t need to buy expensive lip exfoliator when you already have the ingredients for a tasty and homemade lip scrub in your kitchen pantry. Making your own brown sugar lip scrub is a fun activity for a girl’s slumber party or a makeover party. This all-natural (and tasty) brown sugar lip scrub makes a thoughtful gift for a birthday, Mother’s Day, wedding shower, Christmas
or teacher appreciation. If giving as a gift, make your own labels and decorate with a bow or cellophane wrapping.
Mix the dark brown sugar and the oil until well blended. The mixture should be paste-like, not runny.
Using your finger or a toothbrush, apply the brown sugar lip scrub to your lips and gently rub in a circular motion for at least one minute.
Wipe off with a wet cloth or lick off for a sweet treat.
Brown sugar lip scrub can be kept in a cool, dry place for up to a month.
Put your baby soft lips to good use. Pucker up!
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