Keep Your Lips Protected During Winter With These Lip Care Tips

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Exposure to harsh, cold winds can harm your lips and make them chapped. Before heading out in those harsh conditions, prep your lips. Follow a proper lip care routine to keep your lips protected from the cold weather.

Why do our lips become dry in winter?

Both lips and skin may become chapped in the cold weather. Additionally, the delicate skin on our lips is usually not covered even in winter wear, so they're more exposed to the cold than the rest of our body. Lip dryness is usually caused by the absence of humidity. If dry lips aren't treated, they may split and bleed or even cause cold sores. Therefore, it becomes extremely important to have a lip care routine. 

If you're suffering from dry lips in the winter, here are some basic lip care tips to be followed:   

1. Avoid excessive chemicals in your lip-care products 

Using products with too many chemicals is the last thing you want to do while your lips are dry and mending. Avoid using Organic Lip care products, such as lip balms and lipsticks that contain harmful chemicals. Instead, look for organic ingredients bursting with nature's goodness, like shea butter and kokum butter. Knowing how to prevent dry lips and avoid chemicals like silicones, parabens, and artificial fragrances when it comes to lip care is crucial. 

2. Do not pick your lips 

It will take all your willpower to withstand the impulse to remove the dead skin from your chapped lips. Even if there is a list of dos and don'ts for avoiding chapped lips, you must still follow a winter lip care regimen that allows your lips to recover completely without your intervention. Lip scars will result from plucking off too much skin, which will cause bleeding and blisters. To regularly remove dead skin from your lips and keep them soft, we recommend you exfoliate your lips with Ikkai Pink Me Again Lip ScrubThis gentle scrub has numerous benefits, including the removal of dead skin cells, treatment of chapped lips, and nourishing of flaky lips. Enriched with shea butter, which provides much-needed hydration to condition your lips, sugar granules, and beetroot, it helps reduce pigmentation on your lips. Use it twice a week to get rid of chapped lips and get soft and smooth lips. 

3. Apply moisturising lip butter 

Keeping your lips as hydrated as you can throughout the winter is the first and foremost rule of lip care. Use your preferred organic lip butter multiple times throughout the day to keep your lips hydrated and protected. Choosing lip butter with organic ingredients is crucial. To help you make the right choice for regular lip moisturization, we recommend Ikkai Pink Me Again Lip Butter. With this organic combination of beetroot, shea butter, and kokum butter, it nourishes, repairs, and protects lips. This buttery, lightweight lip butter makes lips supple, soft, and smooth and reduces pigmentation. This lip butter is safe-to-use and effective and should be used daily. 

4. Use a lip-sleeping mask 

A lot of moisture loss happens while we sleep, which is why an overnight lip sleeping mask can help keep your lips nourished and moisturized. You can wake up with smooth, healthy lips by sealing in moisture and treating your lips with calming ingredients like shea butter and kokum butter. Ikkai Pink Me Again Lip Sleeping Mask contains these two moisturizing ingredients. 

This lip mask will keep your lips extra moisturized and also make them soft and nourished. It combines two nourishing ingredients: kokum butter and shea butter, both of which are high in antioxidants, and creates a barrier over your lips that traps moisture. This non-sticky, creamy, and smooth overnight lip mask provides extreme hydration and aids in repairing dry, chapped lips. You will wake up to soft, smooth, and nourished lips as this lip sleeping mask efficiently heal lips overnight. Apply daily at night to hydrate and nourish your lips.

5. Staying hydrated 

Even though you might not feel as thirsty in the winter, it's still crucial to stay hydrated. Winter lip care is important, but it won't work unless your skin is well-hydrated. Due to less fluid intake throughout the winter, you may also experience dry lips. Drink plenty of water to keep your lips supple and nourished. 


Winter can be harsh on your lips, leaving them dry and chapped. However, by following the lip care tips mentioned above, such as exfoliating, moisturizing them overnight, and protecting them with lip butter, you can keep your lips healthy and protected throughout the winter season. Remember to stay hydrated and avoid picking your lips, as this can further dry them out. With a little care and attention, you can have soft and smooth lips all winter long.