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Is there a method to make my lip color normal as it is black now ?

I am kranthi of 19 years old and 5.6 height.My lips are black in colour.I have no habit of smoking and drinking.How to make them normally??
Asked On : Wed, 1 Jun 2011
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Hi Kranthi,
Welcome to Health care Magic.

Color of lips depends on the health of skin and genetic factors. If your lips are dark, due to genetic factors, there are less chances to enhance the color.But if the color has changed due to environmental factors, you can go ahead and follow the below practices.
1. Keep your lips hydrated, and moisturized.
2. Use of natural moisturizing agents like honey helps to a large extent.
3. Take complete diet with high vitamin and mineral content. This keeps your skin healthy and in turn your lips.
4. Take additional precautions while using cosmetics. They have adverse effect on skin.
5. Hormonal imbalance also causes dry skin and pigmentation problems. Get checked for your overall hormonal balance.

Take Care.
Answered: Thu, 2 Jun 2011
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