Chapped lips can result from several things including sun or wind exposure. Licking the lips frequently can also cause them to become dry. More »

Some of the most common causes of chapped lips include use of certain drugs, allergic reactions, frequent licking of the lips, low levels of fluids in the body, use of certain toothpastes, breathing through the mouth and... More »

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Cold sores or blisters on the lip and mouth are caused by the herpes simplex virus, according to WebMD. The virus enters the body through the mouth or a break in the skin via infected fluid. More »

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Some techniques people can use to avoid dry eyes include remembering to blink regularly while reading or looking at a computer screen, increasing the humidity level in the room, and wearing sunglasses to reduce wind and ... More »

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The easiest way to prevent dry lips is by protecting them from windy, dry or cold weather with a lip balm that features a small amount of sunscreen and an emollient such as lanolin. Lip balms that contain beeswax or petr... More »

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Total Beauty lists Beecology Lemon Lavender Lip Balm, Smith's Minted Rose Balm and LaRocca Shield Multi-Active Lip Balm as the top three treatments for preventing dry and chapped lips. Beecology's Beessential lip balm ha... More »

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According to the Mayo Clinic, the best remedies for chapped lips are the application of lip balm and staying hydrated. It is also a good idea to avoid licking the lips, avoid allergens and to breathe through the nose. More »

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