Awareness About Lips
1. When you slather on shimmery, shiny lip gloss and balms, you attract more of the sun's light to your lips, increasing the risk of sun damage. No need to go nude, though, as lots of sunscreen lip balms come in cool tones and colours.
2. Women are more likely to use UV lip protection than men. But guys still need just as much sun security, so slip a stick of sunscreen enhanced lip balm into your pocket and apply whenever you will be outside for more than 20 minutes.
3. Perhaps your nose provides some shade, because your lower lip tends to be more prone to sun exposure than the upper lip. Make sure to use plenty of sunscreen balm on your lower lip, and reapply if you go in the water or lick your lips too much over the bbq.
4. your lips are out there in the open all the time, exposed to sunshine, wind, and dry air. The tender skin of the lips is actually more susceptible to sun damage and more likely to develop skin cancer than many other spots on the body. Actinic cheilitis is a type of precancerous growth on the lips that can be brought on by sun exposure. Protect your lips with sunscreen-fortified balm with at least 30 SPF, applying it whenever you'll be outside for more than 20 minutes.
5. When choosing your lip tattoo design, you want to make sure that you keep a basic design. As mentioned, a few letters or numbers is the average design for an inner lip tattoo. Keep in mind that the thinner the lines and the closer the lines are together, the more likelihood that the tattoo will fade and become indiscernible with time.
6. As with any and every tattoo, you will need to consider the aftercare of a lip tattoo. You obviously do not want to use a tattoo aftercare cream or ointment inside of your mouth, but you do want to use a basic mouth wash. Rinse your mouth before and after you get the tattoo. Once you have the lip tattoo, you'll want to wait at least a few hours before drinking or smoking. Then, while healing your new inner lip tattoo, you'll want to use mouth wash to rinse after meals and after smoking.