As you get older, several areas of your body will inevitably begin to
show signs of aging. Some of the most common and visible instance are on
your face, including sun-damaged spots on facial skin, and laugh lines
and crow's feet around the eyes, cheeks and mouth.
Although a lot of time, effort and money is spent on attempts to
reverse these effect of the aging process, there's on area that doesn't
always get the same kind of attention -- your lips.
Whether or not
you're aware of it, time takes its toll on lips, and they'll thin over
the years and start to crack more often.Accumulated sun damage can put
them at risk for skin cancer. Women are also more susceptible to lip
damage later in life than men, mostly due to hormonal changes brought on