How to Plump Up Your Lips?

If you’re like me, you have always had thin lips. You might have even spent a lot of money on lip injections or expensive filler just to make your lips seem fuller. 

Don’t worry! There are plenty of natural ways to plump up your own natural lips that don’t involve needles or fillers at all! 

In this article we will discuss some simple ways that anyone can do at home to achieve beautiful fullness in their pouty faces.

Lip Pumping

1. Exfoliate your Lips

Exfoliating your lips is an important step in getting rid of the dry, flaky skin that can cause chapped lips. There are a variety of ways you can do this, including using a lip scrub, toothbrush or washcloth and even a sponge or Q-tip. To get started:

  • Use a lip scrub by dabbing it on your lips with circular motions until they’re soft and smooth. Rinse off with warm water after each use (you should feel comfortable doing this).
  • Brush your teeth twice daily with fluoride toothpaste; this removes surface stains from your teeth that could cause sensitivity when applied to healthy gums and skin around them (like those around our lips). If you have sensitive gums but don’t want them irritated by harsh chemicals in traditional toothpastes – try coconut oil as an alternative! Just rub some between two fingers together until it melts; then apply evenly over both sides of each toothbrush while brushing away plaque with gentle strokes before rinsing off again afterwards..

2. Drink More Water

Drinking enough water is one of the easiest ways to plump up your lips. Water keeps skin moisturised and hydrated, which makes it look younger and more supple. Water also flushes toxins from the body, so drinking plenty of H2O can help you feel better overall.

Drinking water before bedtime also helps prevent dryness in the morning by adding moisture back into your skin (and therefore keeping it plump).

3. Moisturise your Lips

Use a lip balm or Apply a lip mask.

Plump up your lips with plumping products like lip plumpers and glosses, or try using an exfoliating scrub prior to applying moisturiser as this will help remove dry skin cells on the surface of your lips.

Apply tinted moisturiser overtop of any other steps you’ve taken so that it doesn’t look like you’re wearing makeup at all!

4. Take a Break from Matte Lipsticks

Matte lipsticks are drying and can cause chapping, cracking, and flaking. They don’t allow your lips to breathe. If you want a soft, smooth look on your lips it’s best to stick with the glosses or balms that leave your skin feeling moisturised and hydrated.

5. Apply Cinnamon Lip Mask

Mix a tablespoon of raw cinnamon with honey and apply it to your lips for 10 minutes.

Another option is to use cinnamon oil, which can be found at most health food stores or online. This product contains all the nourishing properties of cinnamon without any bitterness or extra flavors attached!

6. Use Peppermint Oil

Peppermint oil has been used for years to treat chapped lips, but it can also help to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It’s also used as an antiseptic and is thought to have anti-inflammatory properties that may benefit your skin.

For example, you can use peppermint oil on acne or other blemishes on your face or neck area (we recommend trying this out before applying any other products).

7. Brush your Lips

Brush your lips with a toothbrush. If you have the time and the patience, you can use a toothbrush to plump up your lips. Brush them gently, in small circles for about 10 minutes each day to help reduce lines and wrinkles around the mouth, as well as encourage collagen production.

Brush with lip brush or cotton bud after washing it properly beforehand so there’s no residue left behind!


So there you have it. The steps to plumping up your lips are simple and easy! Try these tips and tricks on this list and other products like the eye lift wand, and you’ll see a difference in your looks in no time at all.

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