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Dry flakes on lips? Dry flakes on lips?

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Unread 11-08-2007, 10:04 AM
Dry flakes on lips?

Originally Posted by mrswillie
Thanks for clearing that up. I can not tell you for sure if we have that here. I will have to look for it. Thanks! BTW my face is till very oily also I have been using Olay Total effects anti aging anti blemish cleanser. It comes in a tube. I have found it to be a help with the oily skin.
Thanks, I will try it, I have tried just about everything else!
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Dry flakes on lips?

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Unread 11-09-2007, 11:58 AM
Dry flakes on lips?

Just a thought, but it could be yeast on your lips. Well, I guess it is called thrush when it is on/in your mouth. Try acidophilus pills, eating yogurt may not be enough if its on your lips. I like the brand Pearls because they don't have to be refridgerated. But any kind will do.

I had complications on my surgery and was hospitalized for 35 days. I had thrush and a yeast infection that went from mid-thigh to the top of my buttocks. It was bright purple. Of the two, the thrush in my mouth bothered me more. Good luck.

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