by LovelySkin|October 02, 2015
In 1963, Harvey Ball created the smiley face, which quickly became an international symbol for happiness and joy. In 1999, he declared the first Friday of October World Smile Day as a way to celebrate kindness and goodwill. In honor of World Smile Day, share a selfie while you’re smiling, doing an act of kindness or making someone else grin. Don’t forget to tag it with “#worldsmileday” to spread the joy today.
For your brightest smile in your World Smile Day selfie, brush with Supersmile Professional Whitening Toothpaste. This toothpaste gently whitens to lift surface stains without irritation. The toothpaste also strengthens teeth with calcium, phosphates and magnesium while sodium bicarbonate freshens your breath. Plus, it’s available in five flavors to make your tongue smile, too.
With your teeth freshly whitened, treat your lips to FixMySkin Healing Lip Balm Vanilla with 1% Hydrocortisone. This nourishing formula contains 1% hydrocortisone to heal damaged skin while hydrating with beeswax, shea butter and cocoa butter. Its soft vanilla scent will leave you smiling.
If your lips could use rejuvenating, apply SkinCeuticals Antioxidant Lip Repair. This serum exfoliates and smooths lips to repair signs of aging. It softens fine lines and wrinkles while preventing future lines from forming. This lip treatment also contains antioxidants to shield your lips from the environmental stressors that cause photoaging.
Once your lips are smooth and hydrated, add a splash of color to your smile with theBalm Meet Matte Hughes Liquid Lipstick. This long-lasting formula comes in eight flattering shades to make your pearly whites pop. If you prefer a shinier sheen, swipe on glo minerals GloGloss. This nourishing formula is packed with antioxidants and botanical oils to improve the condition of your lips. It’s available in an array of colors and each one is paraben-free and gluten-free.
Your smile is ready for the world, so be sure to post your selfie to social media with the “#worldsmileday” tag.
How will you celebrate World Smile Day? Tell us in the comment section.