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Lips have thin surface layers of skin, leading to more dryness and loss of moisture than other areas of the body. To shield your pout from peeling and redness, avoid licking or biting your lips when you notice they are dry. Instead, WebMD suggests wearing an emollient lip balm with an SPF. Furthermore, look for nourishing ingredients like castor seed oil, shea butter, petrolatum, sunflower oil and squalane in lip care products.
Dry hair is often the underlying culprit to hair static. The trick to defeating this beauty dilemma is washing your hair less and switching to a more moisturizing hair routine. You may also want to try a natural boar bristle brush with a wooden handle, as it will reduce static from building as you comb. Also, skip hair products that contain alcohol, as they can lead to even more drying. Instead, choose styling creams over gels and hair sprays.