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Habit of lip-biting, have chapped rosy lips, advised Nadicin-C cream. Is it effective?

Hi DR.Rohit Batra am jagadeesh from india. I have lip bitting habit because of that i have got chappered rosy lips and it looks so bad.. May i know which treatment i have to follow to cure that chappered lips to a good looking normal one. I consulted with a doctor he advised me to use Nadicin-C cream.. Is it really worth able to use..
Asked On : Sat, 18 Aug 2012
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So you have traumatic cheilitis of lips( chapped lips due to lip licking and chewing). To treat the same, avoid lip licking or chewing. Apply a lip balm multiple times in a day. Apply a mild steroid antibiotic cream like flutibact. Nadicin c contains a very potent steroid and is too strong to be used over lips.
Also take multivitamin supplements for few days.
Hope this helped.
Take care
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