One particular area that that suffers is our lips as the skin is extremely delicate, In some extreme cases, it even leads to cracking and bleeding.
One of the most prominent causes of chapped lips during winters is dehydration and lack of certain essential vitamins in our diet. Vitamins A, B, and C help in restoring the skin nourishment and repair the damaged skin tissues. They also stimulate collagen production, which promotes healthier looking lips. A great option is to try and include foods rich in these vitamins in their daily diet such as dairy based products, nuts, and fortified cereals.
Exfoliating the lips can help to remove dead skin, there are many balms on the market or you can use a honey and brown sugar mix. Make sure you apply a balm after scrubbing to protect the lips.
Choosing the right lip balm is key during the winter, look for natural ingredients like jojoba oil, vitamin E, glycerine, bees wax, shea butter, almond oil and aloe vera as they provide some of the best therapies for dry skin.