orphans answered Friday June 23 2006, 6:20 pm: Put vaseline on at night and by morning they'll feel a LOT better. If this doesn't work then seek professional help, becase it could be a serious condition!
Good Luck :] [ orphans's advice column | Ask orphans A Question ]
beachpeach answered Thursday June 22 2006, 1:16 am: First try medicated blistex or just basic vasoline/petroleum jelly and if that doesn't work you can just contact your doctor and see if there are any alternate solutions. You probably won't even need to go to the doctor. I had this problem a couple of years ago where my lips were so chapped I looked like I had 4 lips, my normal ones and one above and below, I found this great prodcut at my hair solan and I forgot who made it but it was in a dark gray tube and had a light peach shimmer tint to it, it was amazing and worked in 3 days. [ beachpeach's advice column | Ask beachpeach A Question ]
Siren_Cytherea answered Thursday June 22 2006, 12:33 am: Invest in Marylin Miglin tissue cream. It tastes like crap but it works wonders. Put on a medium-thickness layer before you go to bed and I guarantee your lips will be considerably better by morning. I think you can order it on line.
My lips are awful too, if I don't use that stuff. It's amazing.
-Siren =) [ Siren_Cytherea's advice column | Ask Siren_Cytherea A Question ]
clearlypink428 answered Wednesday June 21 2006, 7:46 pm: well, i usually use carmex when my lips get chapped- but because they are swollen- i wouldnt recommend it because of the tingly feeling it gives off. i would suggest ordinary vaseline. it wont burn- or irritate your lips anymore, and it will keep them moisturized way better than chapstick. hope i helped!- good luck! [ clearlypink428's advice column | Ask clearlypink428 A Question ]
prettyinpink16 answered Wednesday June 21 2006, 5:16 pm: Chap stick usually doesn't work. Their just usually products that make your lips feel smooth for a few minutes, but then make you put on more later so you keep on buying it. You should go to a pharmacy, and get a special one recommended by doctors or something that will actually heel it. It mite be a little more expensive then the normal kind, but it's worth it because it actually works! :) [ prettyinpink16's advice column | Ask prettyinpink16 A Question ]
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