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How Do I Make My Own Lip Scrub?

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To make your lip scrub, take approximately 2 tablespoons of plain table sugar in a small bowl. Add honey, one teaspoon at a time, until it reaches a nice, thick, sticky, consistency. If you want to add a moisture element, add a few drops of Olive Oil and blend well. At the sink, get a bit of the mixture, and start gently rubbing it on your clean lips (remove any lipstick, gloss, or balms first). Make sure you lightly scrub all lip surfaces and the corners.Rinse off and follow with a nice lip balm.
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