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    Majorly chapped lips

    OK so today is my 14th day on Accutane, and my lips are just unbareable :-/
    Does anyone have any suggestions?
    They are so dry and the pain is sort of excruciating. I can't open my mouth very wide () without making the sides of my lips bleed and it's just not very good
    I think I've read that aquaphor (?) is supposed to be good but I don't think it's sold in the UK, at least I've never seen it.
    These are the sort of things available on the UK market
    http://www.boots.com/shop/product_li...tionid=1044789

    I'm currently using some lip butter from the body shop (Papaya, it smells gorgeous ) and palmers coca butter lip balm.
    COOCHIE COOCHIE
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    Neil - get BLISTEX FOR LIPS! I swear it works MIRACLES! I promise you it will work... its expensive for such a small thing but just smuther it on and it works...

    also use vaseline... the teatree oil one..

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    blistex doesnt work for me. i use carmex. its literally like 97 cents at walmart. i put it on one day and the next day they are fine.

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    I was gonna say Blistex, I got that once when my lips were really sore and it cured it in one dose!

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    i no the feeling! i mine were soo bad too when i was on accutane.. what i did was used like blistex during the day and at night before i went to bed i would like layer my lips with Vaseline.. it made them a little better but u have to do it alll the time!

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    i used a cream called BEPANTHENE and it seioulsy restored my lips an hour after i put it on. if u can find it, buy it, cuz its magical....
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    Blistex for me. After living in an unbelievably humid country for 6 years then coming to Canada and expreiencing the dryness of winter here, it savd my life. I have about 3405 tubes of it - at home, in my pockets, in my bags, everywhere.





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    Carmex - what you need.

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    I live by Vaseline. I love it! Plus if your lips are really chapped it's easy to just glob it on for while you're sleeping or something.


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