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What Causes PALE LIPS & Collagen LOSE as you AGE & the TIPS AND TRICKS to Fix the PROBLEM even if your 28

Did you know the number one concern women have as they age is the thinning and pale appearance lips have? 

In a recent study one of the most common problems facing women over 40 today is the decreased tissue thickness of the upper lip by 41% and 33% in Men.

Collagen is the bounce that can be found in your lips when your young and like the rest of your skin and body this decreases as you age. As your lips are the most sensitive part of your body and only .3mm thick ( that’s a 2 ply tissue pulled apart, it’s any wonder this is where you notice that you’re aging.  

After the age of about 20 you start to lose collagen at 1%-2% per year; and overall women produce less collagen then men.

Pale Lips are caused by a decreased flow of blood to the area, and could also be related to other health concerns within your body.

Did you know that in Traditional Chinese Medicine your lips are related to areas of your body such as your spleen, stomach and intestines and Pale lips are said to be a sign of a weak pancreas. 

There are 11 muscles directly associated with the lip area and it takes around 100 muscles every time you speak. That’s a lot of movement! 

Lips respond by losing collagen by decreasing in plumpness, thinning and creating small vertical lines. They also begin to look pale.

Building vital collagen back into your lips could be a lot easier when you know the correct way to treat them.

Persistent collagen production is vital for your lips health it provides the plump, shape and softness.  This is created by proteins which can be found in many butters, fats and oils and active botanicals. A few common ingredients that provide amazing results are Hyaluronic Acid and ingredients such as Bee Pollen, Goji Berries and Spirulina and Bee or Soy Wax. 

Try these Tip and Tricks to improve your LIPS TODAY!

1. Wear a Lip Balm with a natural SPF, this can drastically reduce the lose collagen 

2. Stimulate your blood flow with a natural clay mask an exfoliations

3. Avoid long wear lipstick as it often dehydrates your delicate lip area

4. Look for mineral and petroleum FREE ingredients on your lip care products

5. Avoid grinding your jaw at night as this ads stress and tension to your delicate lip area

6. Look for ingredients that mimic the skin natural sebum such as jojoba oil as this helps protect against free radicals

7. Try yawning before you go to bed, this will stimulate your circulation also helps relieve ear pressure that relaxes the jaw