Winter season is here, which means many of us will suffer from chapped lips. It seems that no matter how much we bundle up, our lips constantly remain exposed to the harsh winter winds. It's important to keep a scarf wrapped around your mouth as a preventative measure.
Chapped lips, also referred to as dry lips, occurs when the lips aren't properly moisturized or due to certain illnesses. There are a number of external factors that can cause your lips to crack and peel. Here are a few of the most common causes and symptoms: 

1) Honey - Honey can cure almost anything, including chapped lips. Honey acts as a natural lip balm, and moisturizes your lips with its powerful antibacterial properties. Dab a little honey on your lips a couple of times during the day, and an extra dose before bed to prevent chaffing. 
2) Sugar - Sugar might not be great for your teeth, but it's certainly an effective treatment for chapped lips! The sugar helps exfoliate dead cells, while restoring them back their natural state. Here's a quick recipe on how to prepare a natural sugar lip balm:

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