Increasing water intake to combat dehydration, protecting the lips from environmental elements, and moisturizing during sleep are methods of treating chapped lips, according to Mayo Clinic. Lip balm is advised over frequ... More »

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Treatment for chapped lips includes drinking lots of fluids and using a humidifier in the home, explains Mayo Clinic. The patient should also apply beeswax or petrolatum on the lips, according to MedlinePlus. More »

While natural remedies for chapped lips do include coconut oil and olive oil, there are better treatments. The best lip balms are Aveeno Cold Cream Lip Balm, Fresh Sugar Lip Treatment and Softlips Pure Pomegranate Organi... More »

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Treatment for chapped lips includes drinking lots of fluids and using a humidifier in the home, explains Mayo Clinic. The patient should also apply beeswax or petrolatum on the lips, according to MedlinePlus. 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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Causes of chapped lips include exposure to air that has no humidity, such as during winter; repeated exposure to the sun, such as during summer; certain medications, such as chemotherapy drugs and constant licking of lip... More »

According to SYmedicine, chapped lips on a newborn can be treated by applying lanolin to the lips. Lanolin is safe for the baby and promotes healing to eliminate the dryness and cracking of the baby's lips. More »