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Soothing chapped lips and skin
by TeenHelp January 13th 2024, 11:13 AM

  • Use a lip balm or a body lotion. Lip balms, skin lotions and facial moisturizers help to provide moisture and then lock it in. Consider using lotions after showering, or before you go to bed. If you are using a particularly thick or greasy hand lotion, consider wearing a pair of gloves after applying the lotion. This helps keep the lotion contained and it allows you to have functionality of your hands. Keep in mind that different brands of lotion work for different people so it may take some trial and error.
  • Dry your body thoroughly after a shower or bath. Skin can become easily chapped when it is wet and exposed to the air. Making sure you dry yourself off thoroughly can help prevent or reduce the severity of chapped skin.
  • Cover your skin in colder weather. Exposure to the cool air, especially if it is windy, can impact your skin over time. This makes it important to dress appropriately in colder weather. Use coats, hats, scarves, and gloves when necessary.
  • Use gentle skin products. The skin beneath your nose can become dry if you blow your nose often. Some lotions and skin products are too harsh on sensitive skin. Consider investing in tissues infused with lotion and sensitive skin products to help with this.
  • See your doctor. If your skin worsens or does not improve over time, you may benefit from discussing it with your doctor. They can assess you for underlying conditions or prescribe medication to help.
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Talking Re: Soothing chapped lips and skin - January 17th 2024, 05:19 AM

Thank you !!! I actually really do appreciate this, i just licked my super chapped lips !!!
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Re: Soothing chapped lips and skin - February 3rd 2024, 04:03 PM

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