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Dry skin, corner of lips, white crust formation during winters. Using lobate-gm. Suggestions?

during the start of winter season my face becomes dry and corner of mouth(that point where the upper and lower lips come together) becomes so so dry, after that color of that area changes from white to black and persist upto summer.... please suggest something to permanently cure this dryness... right now i am using Lobate-GM .. please suggest....
Asked On : Thu, 1 Nov 2012
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hi, kindly do not use Lobate Gm as its too strong to be used for face and besides the cream is not meant to treat your particular condition. For your excessive dryness, use a mild soap free cleanser like cetaphil. Use a good moisturiser like cetaphil moisturising lotion or cetaphil restoraderm. At the corner of your mouth apply fluticasone cream twice daily till the cracks at the angle of your mouth disappear. Hope thtat treats your problem. Take care
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