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I love Isomers Lip Exfoliating Balm because just a tiny bit of this potent potion used both a.m. and p.m. has not only silkened and smoothed my lips but put more plump in my pucker! Don't know why my lips tended to dryness when the rest of my face did not, but that was the case. My dermatologist said it's because the thinnest skin is found on the lips, but he didn't tell me about Isomers Lip Exfoliating Balm.
\tThe Balm's exfoliating power is due to the inclusion of bamboo, which is not at all harsh. In fact, it the Balm hydrates while it smooths. I simply rub a bit on, wait a minute or two then wipe off before cleansing my face.
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I love Isomers Lip Exfoliating Balm because just a tiny bit of this potent potion used both a.m. and p.m. has not only silkened and smoothed my lips but put more plump in my pucker! .
I adore Manuela Marcheggiani of Isomers Skin Care!!!
She is a very informative when it comes to skin.

I remember the first time I seen her Value Vision
(now called ShopNBC).
She was such a fast talker and most everything she said went
right over my head. lol!!

You know how those scientist can talk.
She is just a wealth of information.
I love to listen to her and what new
products Isomers come out with.

This Lip Exfoliating Balm sounds nice.
I'll look it up.
Thanks for the review.
 

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Not sure why you would need to exfoliate your lips in the first place.
The concept of exfoliating the lips isn't complicated. It removes the flaking dry layers of the skin on the lips. I hope this helps you understand the reason for exfoliating the lips.
 

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Not sure why you would need to exfoliate your lips in the first place.
Exfoliate your lips to keep product, such as lipstick and glosses looking smooth and silky. My favorite way to exfoliate my lips is with baking powder and a q-tip. Nothing removes dry skin etc. better.
 

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The skin on my lips is very thin. Do these exfoliators hurt or have the risk of making the lips bleed?
 

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I use my toothbrush straight after a shower, does wonders for removing the dead skin and doesn't cost a dime.
 

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Well, odd it may seem, you can indeed exfoliate your lips. Exfoliating your lips not only helps the skin hold more moisture and prevent chapping, it also makes your lips silky smooth and kissable and helps your lipstick stay on better. After which, don't forget to exfoliate.
 
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