You can't say that the problem for most people with cheilitis is oral hygiene, and not vitamin problems or allergic reactions or fungal/bacterial/yeast infections.
My lip problem is definitely not as a result of oral hygiene issues.
You also can't say after one day that any particular remedy is the answer. A lot of people have hopeful results for a short while when they first use a new treatment, but usually the lip surface gets worse again and does not continue to get better.
For example, I tried a few new things last week, and I had 4 days where my lips healed so quickly that I thought by Christmas Day I'd be entirely cured. It was dramatic and exciting.
Then something changed after 4 days of normalcy, and in the space of a couple of hours my lips went from being 75% healed and great-looking to exfoliating, being irritated, having raw patches, having flaps the size of rice grains pop up all over the place -- just like that. And that old familiar type of irritation and exfoliation has continued for the past 2 days, disappointingly.
I did not post here the few things that I started to try right before those 4 days of amazing healing, because it's responsible to wait a couple of weeks (or longer) and see what the final outcome of any treatment is before saying that it is "the answer".
I hope this cream works for you, don't get me wrong.
If you just saw a dermatologist yesterday or two days ago and just started a treatment regime that she prescribed, why did you see a different dermatologist today?