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Glutathione Extreme Lip Lightening Kit (BLACK LIPS)

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Smoker’s lips are characterised not only by vertical wrinkles around the mouth but also by the lips and gums may become significantly darker than their natural shade (hyperpigmentation).
A smoker’s lips can begin to occur after months or years of smoking cigarettes or other tobacco products. If you have a smoker’s lips, the best thing you can do to reduce their appearance is to stop smoking however the smoker's treatment trio may also help.

 

How to lighten dark lips with lip-lightening products:
 

1. Night: Exfoliate with the Papaya and Honey Lip lightening scrub every second night 

2. Day: Apply day Glutathione Red Hot  lip lightening/plumping balm frequently during the day

3. Night: Apply glutathione smokers' lip-lightening sleeping treatment mask at night. Red Hot balm can be applied over this to boost moisture. 

Consistency is key to seeing results within 1-3  months of consistent use (take before pictures to compare each week).

 

Causes of dark lips

Darkening of the lips can be the result of hyperpigmentation. This is a typically harmless condition caused by an excess of melanin. Lip hyperpigmentation may be caused by:

  • excessive exposure to the sun
  • lack of hydration
  • cigarette smoking
  • allergic reactions to toothpaste, lipstick, etc.
  • too much caffeine
  • lip sucking

 

Most of these causes can be addressed by lifestyle changes, such as wearing sunscreen, limiting caffeine intake, or changing toothpaste brands.

The following can also lead to darker lips:

  • chemotherapy
  • anemia
  • vitamin deficiency
  • excessive fluoride use
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