My EC started with impetigo that I got when my lips cracked from Accutane. I stopped accutane after 2 months and began my journey to healing. I noticed there was a problem because my lips wouldn't stop peeling. I was first given a lipid type ointment that did not work, after this I was given multiple anti-inflammatory creams that did not stop the peeling. it was not until my doctor decided to check for a candida infection that we made some real progress. I was positive for candida, which was making the skin on my lips harden, and then causing me to peel the vermillion layer of skin off. My doctor gave me something called Diflucan which is a pill form anti-fungal, and I was also given oxistat which is a cream. This will kill the fungus on your lips, but it will not cure it right away. You have to deal with this in layers. Bottom line for drastically improving and maybe curing your lips is
1. make sure you eliminate any candida.
2.Get Plenty of sleep-treat yourself right.
3. Do not smoke weed or cigarettes (it causes inflammation)
4. Take a multivitamin.
5. once you've killed the candida, you may need a moisturizer to keep your lips most and strong, Try a vitamin-E stick or some Jojoba oil.
you have to let your own immune system cure this for you, make sure you eat healthy, get lots of sleep, and get some antifungal medication.