Did you think lip balms were made just for your lips?? Then read these surprising ways to use lip balm other that your lips
MULTITASK YOUR LIP BALM
Just like lip balms help to treat dry lips, it can also be used to treat dry skin. Rub the lip balm on the dry parts of your skin to hydrate and smooth the skin.
Soften dry cuticles instantly by apply a small amount of lip balm over as a cuticle cream and massage it in to add a natural shine to your nails.
Smooth flyways, baby hair or frizzy hair by using a small amount of lip balm to tame unruly hair. Rub a little lip balm on your finger tips and smooth it on your hair.
LIP BALM SHADOW
Mix lip balm with powder shadow to make it into a moisturizing creamy eyeshadow.
Got dry noses due to cold specially during the winter season then a rub your lip balm around the nose to soothe and moisture the skin for an instant relief
If you don’t have a brow gel then simply apply a bit of lip balm over the eyebrow and brush it with your eyebrow brush or spooly to set them in place.
Chapstick is also a great blister preventer, just rub the lip balm on the area you tend you get blister. The waxiness of the balm is a great barrier for your skin against the friction of painful shoes.
Apply a little on the hair line before you dye the hair to prevent stains on skin.
LIP SCRUBFor a quick way to get rid of dry lips, mix sugar with lip balm and massage it into our lips for soft, smooth lips.
Lip balm is perfect for post-shaving cuts. It takes away the pain and stops the bleeding. Lip balm can soothe and help to heal minor cut faster.