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Pink spots on lips, dark lips, might be due to sun exposure. Remedies for treatment?

I m an xxxxx I m getting pink spots on my lip,It doesn t look right because I have dark lips ,I ve googled my situation & there saying it s a possibility that it may b sun exposure,how long does it take this to heal? & watt remedies can I use to erase these scars for good,it s embarrassing to smile.....pls & thnk yu
Asked On : Wed, 13 Mar 2013
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welcome to healthcare magic forum
thank you for query
pink spot may be due to some infection or inflammation
in dry and sensitive skin chance is higher
you need to avoid sun and wind exposure
do not lick or pick the lesion
apply good moisturizer and sun screen base lip product
better to consult dermatologist if lesion persist
it may take 2-3 wk to heal the lesion usually
i hope i answered your question
Answered: Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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