Summertime can mean dry, hot weather and lots of sun, and dry weather means dry skin, and that includes your lips! Our lips are often the most sensitive to dry weather, and can get super uncomfortable if you don’t have a solid way to treat them. Luckily, here at Hanalei, we specialize in treating lips that are experiencing dryness. We’re here to tell you all our dry lip tips, so you can move through the rest of your summer knowing you’re ready to take on all the dry weather.
Option 1: Lip Balm
One of the easiest ways to treat dry or cracked lips is with a quality lip balm. Our Hanalei Kukui Lip Balm is an amazing option for people wanting to just find a simple, easy to use option for treating dry or cracked lips. This easy lip balm is made with kukui nut oil, which is an amazing natural exfoliator.
Option 2: Lip Treatment for cracked lips
The best option for treating dry or cracked lips is our Lip Treatment. This is a longer term option that doubles as a lip gloss. Our lip treatments are also made with kukui nut oil, but are made for you to wear overnight for rejuvenated lips in the morning, or to wear all day, in place of a lip gloss. This will allow for there to be time for your lip treatment to set in, so that you can have the softest lips ever at the end of the day!
Extra treatment: exfoliate with our Sugar Lip Scrub
If you’re trying to get rid of dry and dead skin, this lip scrub is meant for you! Using Hawaiian cane sugar along with kukui nut oil and shea butter, you’ll be able to buff away dry and dead skin, while moisturizing at the same time! If you’re looking for the ultimate combination of exfoliation and moisture, using this product, followed by either our Lip Treatment, or Lip Balm is a great way for you to truly rejuvenate your lips.
Looking for a little extra moisture? Try our new Makai Marine Hawaiian Face Moisturizer!
Disclaimer: Keep in mind that results from this product may vary. Use only as directed, and always consult a dermatologist before beginning any new skincare regimen. Stop and discontinue use if any irritation lasts longer than a few days.
About the author:
Halle Homel is currently based in Southern California, where she spends her time with her family and dog, Lassen when she’s not traveling. She spends her free time exploring new places, practicing yoga, and working on her blog, Halle’s Wandering Soul. Follow her on Instagram @halleswanderingsoul