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Dry lips


Question Posted Thursday February 1 2007, 10:16 pm

What should I do ?

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MummuM answered Saturday February 3 2007, 6:40 pm:
I suggest blistex or carmax, they both work great.

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xOx_BRUN3TT3_xOx answered Saturday February 3 2007, 12:42 pm:
carmex, is the best

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xOhhxBABiEx answered Friday February 2 2007, 12:15 am:
I would use blistex or carmex. They work the best. But also drink lots of water because that can also cause your skin to dry out. I wouldnt recomand lip gloss because alot of times that can actully make your lips dryer then what it is. Just try to find a good chapstick :]

&hearts; jAcKiiE

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Sabine answered Thursday February 1 2007, 11:32 pm:
The first thing you should do is be sure you drink enough water every day. Then you should use any moisturizer that feels good. Some of them have bees' wax or carnuaba (?) wax, which can be kind of hard. There are liquid versions if that works better for you. If you seem to have a lack of saliva and your mouth is generally dry, that's something you should bring up with your doctor at your next visit.

Sabine

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0NEL0VEEx answered Thursday February 1 2007, 11:24 pm:
alright well i don't reccommend lipgloss when you have chapped, or dry lips.. for dry lips, use carmex or blistex.. they're both in a little blue container thing. and i also LOVE my Chapstick brand Finding Nemo Chapstick.. the grape kind is my favorite. Burts Bees works very well too, and so does Medicated Mint Blistex [in the regular chapstick tube thing] &hearts; good luck!

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FlipShawtii answered Thursday February 1 2007, 10:52 pm:
blistex all the way baby .. the one in the little blue thingy sorry, hard to describe it lol

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Teza answered Thursday February 1 2007, 10:47 pm:
Use carmax or lip gloss.

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