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Chapped lips is a condition whereby the lips become dry and possibly cracked. It may be caused by the evaporation of moisture.

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Chapstick can often provide temporary relief, though it should not be used extensively. Avoid licking your lips. Saliva evaporates quickly, leaving lips drier than before you licked them.

See also

  • Angular cheilitis — a more severe condition involving an infection and deep cracking around the mouth. Thick lip gloss does not usually help chapped lips, as it usually decreases the lips moisture. Chapped lips are much like peeling skin.


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