If you are referring to my post on how I noticed Fordyce spots for the first time ever on my lips at the same time that I started using glycerin, I was only speculating about the various reasons the Fordyce spots were suddenly appearing. Using glycerin was only one of many changes that I instigated around that time. It could have been anything that caused a big growth of Fordyce spots in my lips, including simply a natural progression of the cheilitis condition.
To see if coconut oil was any better than glycerin in terms of my Fordyce spots, in late December I switched back to coconut oil, but in only one day of using coconut oil the surface exfoliation of my lips got worse, so I switched back to glycerin again, and the lip surface got better again.
I concluded that I'd rather stop the exfoliation and heal my lip surface first (and keep using glycerin), and later deal with the Fordyce spots (if they are still there by the time my lips are completely healed).