DIY Green Tea-Sugar Lip Scrub

Hello Lovely People! πŸ™‚
How is everyone doing? ❀

D-I-Y is Love! Isn’t it?
It costs a penny and results in something really awesome at times! ❀

So…. This time, when I saw my lips getting all flakey because of being clad in Lipsticks 24×7 and because of the cold, I thought why not create something to treat this mess at home! πŸ˜‰

Here’s what I created! πŸ˜€ Read on to know more! ❀

D-I-Y GREEN TEA-SUGAR LIP SCRUB

DIY Green Tea Sugar Lip Scrub
DIY Green Tea Sugar Lip Scrub

INGREDIENTS:
1. Regular Sugar.
2. Green tea.
3. Coconut oil.

ABOUT THE INGREDIENTS:
1. Regular Sugar- Sugar helps to scrub away dead skin cells from the lips and makes it smooth and soft!

2. Green Tea: Powdered green tea acts as an exfoliator for the lips. Also the tannin in the green tea treats chapped and cracked lips, reduces burning sensation and increases the moisture in the lips!

3. Coconut Oil: Coconut oil acts as an excellent moisture replenisher and heals dry lips.. It also has antibacterial and antifungal properties and fights any bacterial or fungal growth on the cracks of the lips.. Vitamin E present in the oil acts as an antioxidant too!

HOW TO MAKE IT:

DIY Green Tea Sugar Lip Scrub
DIY Green Tea Sugar Lip Scrub

1. Take a tablespoon full of granulated sugar into a bowl.
2. Add a tablespoon full of green tea into the bowl.
3. Grind the mixture of green tea and sugar in a food processor until roughly powdered. (Do not grind it until finely powered!)
4. Remove the mixture into a bowl and mix 1-2 tablespoons of Coconut oil into the powder until it gets mixed well.
5. Store the mixture in a container for future use.

HOW TO USE:

Take a tiny amount of the scrub on your fingers and scrub your lips gently with it for a few minutes.
Wash your lips when done with a mild soap or face wash to remove the greasiness.

DIY Green Tea Sugar Lip Scrub
DIY Green Tea Sugar Lip Scrub

BENEFITS:

1. The biggest benefit of this lip scrub is that it is homemade and the whole process costs less than 5 rupees! πŸ˜›
2. Works really well on the lips and scrubs away the dead skin cells effectively.
3. Makes the lips really soft and smooth.
4. Might even make the pigmentation on the lips lighter with regular use..

I am really very happy with what I have created!( Self praise! :P)
Do make it for yourselves and let me know if you liked it! ?

(Also read about my DIY Coffee face pack recipeΒ here!)

P.S.- You can also use it as a blackhead scrub, trust me the results are amazing!(Tried and Tested!) ❀

Hope It Helps ❀

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  1. While I must be honest that I’m not a DIY person sometimes simple ones makes me wanna try it. Coconut oil and Green Tea in a product makes me want to try it.

  2. Now this post is inspiring me to create my own lip scrub. I have seen that lips look so much better when they are exfoliate and moisturized. Thanks for sharing.

  3. This looks like an easy and doable scrub, both green tea and coconut oil is good for sensitive lip skin and sugara is a good exfoliator. I am gonna try it soon. Thank You!

  4. This is such a useful DIY hack. Green tea and sugar lip scrub seem so convenient to use and make as well. The bonus is that it also is effective on blackheads. This is something that I need to try out at home.

  5. I really like this DIY as no chemicals involved and home made. The use of green tea and coconut oil definitely effective for lip care

  6. I was simply waiting for one of these posts! Love your DIYs. Also I would love for you to try the matcha green tea diys. I have heard so much abt it

  7. This is quite innovative and useful lip scrub..I really liked the way you share such cool and wonderful DIY

  8. Really lovely thing & very easy to make this inexpensive lip scrub. Thanks for this beautiful tips. I will be definitely try to make and use this scrub

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