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How can we treat chapped and discolored lip ?

My daughter is 8 yrs old. She had a really bad case of chapped lips this past winter and was is the habit of AAAAAAA g her upper lip . It chapped her lip as well. Finally got it all under control but now she has a discolored upper lip and the kids at school make fun of her for having a mustashe. What can I do and is it hormonal or residual left over for Chapped lips or nutrition? Please help.
Asked On : Tue, 13 Mar 2012
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Thanks for choosing HCM..,

Chapped lis indicates.....Vit B complex..,

deficiency.....mainly Vit C and Riboflavine..(B2).,

Discoloured upper lip...due to Post hypopigmented...,


So follow the treatment..,

1) Tab.Beplex daily for 30 days..,

2) Tab Riboflavine 2 times daily for 30 days..,

3) BAYER'S tonic 2spf 3 times daily for 30 days..,

4) Momentasome cream apply on affected part..,

ok..good luck..,
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I do not think that the discolouration of the upper lip of your daughter is due to any hormonal imbalance. It is most probably due to the new skin growing underneath the damaged chapped skin of the upper lip. First you should strongly discourage your daughter from thumb or finger suckling and wait for a few weeks to see if the colour of her upper lip is returning to the normal. Also keep the lips moisturised using Vaselin or glycerin during night.
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