Our lips have a lot of work to do. Talking, eating, laughing, kissing, frowning – they’re always busy. Here’s some interesting lip facts that you might not know and that will make you want to take even better care of them:
Lips don't have any sweat or oil glands. This is why our lips can get chapped even in warm weather and are so easily irritated, even by saliva: They lack the protective benefits of natural oils. Smooth, hydrate nourish and plump Lips with LIP Perfect HomecareTreatment .
We lose our Lips as we age. Full, plump lips are seen as a sign of youth and beauty. As we get older, the supplies of collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid in our skin start to deplete, making the skin lose volume and definition. This loss of volume includes our Lips. Longue Vie anti-wrinkle volumizing Lipcare regenerates and smoothes lines around Lips
Lips are the most sensitive part of your body Containing over 1 million nerve endings, our lips are very sensitive to touch, warmth, and cold.
Lips can reveal health conditions. Changes in the color, texture, or appearance of our lips can be indicative of underlying health conditions. For example, pale lips may indicate anemia, while bluish lips could be a sign of poor circulation.
Lips can help you burn calories. Kissing for one full minute can burn up to twenty six calories. So the next time you want to get in a quick little work out, consider kissing as your exercise of choice LOL!
Everyone’s Lips are unique Just like fingerprints, everyone’s lips are unique. The shape, size, and contours of lips vary from person to person, making them a distinctive feature of our facial identity. Your lip mark can actually tell a lot about you
The skin on our lips is incredibly thin. There are just 3 to 6 layers of cells in comparison to the 16 layers everywhere else on your body which make it even more important to protect those delicate few layers.
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