Brief news items of note for Lifehacker readers, including: The best games from the Humble Store's DRM-Freeeeeedom sale, create your own sweet lip scrub for soft kisses, the science of human tears laid bare.
- Today is International Kissing Day. To mark the occasion, POPSUAR Australia has published a recipe for a natural lip scrub made from honey, coconut oil and brown sugar. Click here for step-by-step instructions.
- Steam reviews never change. And that’s good, because Steam reviews are damn hilarious — especially the ones for Fallout 3.
- The Humble Store is throwing a "DRM Freedom Sale". As the name of the sale implies, it has slashed the price of games that don't require digital rights management to play. There are a lot of good games here and almost all of them are under $5. Some games that caught our eye include Super Meat Boy for $1.79, To The Moon for $1.99, OlliOlli for $1.94 and Pixel Junk Shooter bloody for 94 cents. Bargain.
- Officeworks is having a clearance sale. Products on special include the Jawbone UP24 fitness tracker for $49 (RRP: $147), Sony MDR-ZX750BN Bluetooth headphones for $69 (RRP: $188) and JBL Creature III self-powered multimedia satellite and subwoofer system for $39 (RRP: $99).
- What does a tear look like at the microscopic level? It’s more interesting — and beautiful — than you might expect. Dutch photographer Maurice Mikkers recently captured a few really amazing close-up images of the most precious human body fluid: view them here.
- Uber is offering up to $30 off new customer's first ride when they use the discount code "XPERIARide". The deal is valid until 1 August, 2015. [Via OzBargain]