Cayenne Pepper for Plump, Thick Lips
Yeah, I know… it sounds weird, however, using cayenne pepper for luscious, thick lips is not as odd as one would think. It’s much safer than the Kylie Jenner Challenge. Have you seen or heard about it? It’s where you take a small container like a shot glass and cover your lips and suck. Sucking in the air creates friction and when you remove the glass, your lips are bigger. Sometimes, they are much bigger than anticipated. LOL Really, it’s no laughing matter as this practice comes with a warning. The glass could break and could cause injury.
Still, you could get injections, but who’s got time or money for that? You can stick with the natural resources that you already have around the house. If you are sensitive to hot, spicy foods then this may not be for you. However, I love spicy, so I had to try it and the results are in… I’ll do it again! LOL Fortunately, I was born with a set of full lips, but sometimes, I want to add a little ump and mystic to my appearance. It’s unfortunate that not everyone was blessed with plump lips, but we can remedy that situation in a couple of ways and I’ll tell you how.
Owning a Pair of Full Lips
1.) Getting a set of full lips is easy. All you have to do is add a little ground cayenne pepper to your lip gloss or to a small container of Vaseline and apply as you would ordinarily. The purpose of the cayenne is to swell the lips and it does so safely and quickly. You may feel a little tingling, but that’s the cayenne going to work, plumping those lips. It’s gets the blood circulating, creating a more memorable and kissable set of peckers.
2.) In addition to that simple recipe, you have an alternative. It’s a little bit more involved, nevertheless, it’s worth the effort. You’re going to need Vitamin E Oil, Vegan Lip Balm (tube), cayenne pepper, cinnamon oil and clove oil. Actually, you can use any oil that will stimulate the skin. You want your lips to swell slightly, not become unsightly. Okay… with that being said, let’s move on.
Take a small pot and fill it half way with water.
Put a one litre pyrex measuring container inside the pot of water.
Adjust your stove’s temperature settings to medium heat
Bring water to a simmer.
Take the lip balm and pour directly into pyrex (but don’t throw away tube)
Once the lip balm has melted,
add a teaspoon of cayenne pepper and stir using a butter knife or spatula.
Remove pyrex from heat and pour into container, mix in cinnamon and clove oils.
When that’s done, add a few drops of Vitamin E and stir.
Getting the mixture back in the lip balm tube is the tricky part. Make sure the plastic column in the middle is completely down in the tube and pour the formula into the empty tube.
And you’re finished! You have successfully made your own lip plumping concoction. I think you will be extremely happy with your new mouth. You’re going to need to wait about 20 minutes to an hour for the mixture to dry and before you can apply it to your lips or before you can kiss anyone. Remember, it’s going to burn, however, if you use less essential oil and cayenne pepper, you may not feel the burn as bad.