Redden The Outer Thick Lips?
Hello, I have thick lips, especially the upper part. My upper lip is blackish in color, but the upper lip, which doesn’t look too much, is still pink. So my upper lip has a different color, the outside is black, the inside still looks pink. This makes me feel insecure, how do I redden my lips?
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Having a bright lip color is the dream of most women. Why not, lips that look black can make the face look dull, lethargic, and less attractive.
In fact, black lips in most cases are not a dangerous condition. This blackish lip color may appear as part of normal genetic variation (heredity). It could also be, the aging process, excessive sun exposure, the habit of sucking and rubbing the lips, excessive caffeine consumption, and smoking habits make the lips darker color.
In addition, it could be that the lip color becomes blackish due to an underlying organic disorder, for example:
Allergies Irritations, for example due to the use of cosmetics or lip care products that are not appropriate Vitamin B and vitamin C deficiency Anemia (low blood hemoglobin) Hepatitis (liver parenchymal infection) Impaired heart function, etc. Brightening lip color certainly cannot be done in a short way. You need to be careful to do the following tips in order to overcome your complaints:
Drink enough and consume more foods rich in vitamin B and vitamin C Stop the habit of sucking and rubbing your lips excessively Avoid using cosmetics and lip care products that are irritating Do not smoke or consume excessive caffeine Apply lemon or honey on your lips every night before bedtime Use a lip balm to keep your lips moist. However, if the steps above are still unsuccessful in resolving your complaint within 1 to 2 months, you should consult your condition directly to a dermatologist to give you the best treatment.
Hope it helps ..
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah