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What kind of chapstick?

Hey, I was on Accutane for about 3 months, it's been 2 years and my lips still get pretty chapped. I'm not 100% sure it's still from Accutane, but I know my lips haven't been the same since. What is a good brand of lip balm you would reccomend? My lips are chapped and dry... and most of the ones I've tried will fix the dryness, but they're still chapped if that makes any sense.

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Nothing beats Burt's Bee's Chapstick. It's all natural and it'll make your lips have a nice breezy feeling.

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I've been cursed with genetically chapped lips. They have been chapped just about every day of my life. Carmex did work and Burt's doesnt work at all for me...just makes it worse....but i suggest Neutrogena Honey Rescue Balm...its the only thing that has really gave me nice lips. Much luck

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I've been cursed with genetically chapped lips. They have been chapped just about every day of my life. Carmex did work and Burt's doesnt work at all for me...just makes it worse....but i suggest Neutrogena Honey Rescue Balm...its the only thing that has really gave me nice lips. Much luck

I also have chapped lips if I don't use chapstick everyday...I just use ChapStick brand with spf..

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the blue container blistex lipmedex works. but my lips get dependent on it. i get cold sore literally the next day if i don't use it. so yea, i went thru a super horrible cold sore + dryness to quit it.

i haven't tried carmex. but i've heard of cases where pple get hooked on it and can't come off.

i'm burt's bees right now. it works alright. at least i don't get hooked.

but when my lips gets super dry and chapped, dab on some vaseline overnight, it works wonders. i save it for extreme conditions cuz i don't know if vaseline is toxic when ingested.

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