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Re: few questions regarding moist healing treatment.
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Re: few questions regarding moist healing treatment.

Lmao another thread that just makes me shake my head...

"my problem with this treatment is when crusts are left on my lips they get infected and they get a stinging irritation this is why i haven't tried this method previously. anyways ill see how it goes for a few weeks"

Don't let crusts grow on your lips.

"also is just pure vaseline or aquahor the best way to go about this?"

Aquaphor, not Vaseline.

"also getting them wet how wet can they get?"

As wet as you want, stop worrying about it.

"how many times should i apply moisturiser during the day? at the moment i apply 2 or 3 times."

Whenever you feel like it.. if you're about to head out put a bit of Aquaphor on, should keep your lips protected for a few hours at least. You'll know when you need to put on more... do not bite / lick your lips.

"iv started using dan millers triamicone acetone ointment for the last week so far its done nothing."

If you're using the ointment you've already done it wrong. You're supposed to use CREAM, there's a big difference, one penetrates skin, and one doesn't. It clearly helped Daniel Miller.

and also the inner build up just sticks to my teeth during the night and goes all gunky and gross i have to remove it daily when i wake up this bothers me alot!"

Applying the steroid CREAM + Aquaphor at night before bed should be preventing this... with the moisture method you're not giving a opportunity for the keratin to build up.

Responses.... sigh..

" would try to avoid any moisturizers that use large amounts of petroleum or mineral oil. All this just acts as a barrier, it does not help the skin in any way but makes it oily so that you will think it's helping."

Speak for yourself, it has obviously helped people. Daniel Miller is the only person on this forum with documented and regularly updated proof that the moisture method works.

"Personally i would get something that help rebuilds the skin, im still searching for such a product but im currently using ceradan hydra that has ceramide in it from my gp and so far i feel its working fine."

Yeah and you're going to be searching forever, you feel it's working fine? you've probably only used it short term and placebo is still in effect. You're just chasing your tail.

"I wouldn't recommend any type of moistures as it is waste of time.

What the best thing that i would you to try is the skin liquid bandage it helps me alot to managing the sicknesses and i think it will heal the lips if we use probably.

I am planning to take my annual vication after one monthe and it will be for more than month at that time I can cover the lips all the time by the liquid as long as I can.

If you select moist method you will just going to do it for ever.

Blahblahblah, yeah, you know the cure for sure huh? I've done liquid bandage, I could see it potentially working. However obviously, like any potential cure we know about it takes a LONG time to heal.. not a month.. lol. Why do you even need time off? if you're doing the liquid bandage right it's not noticeable at all. It feels / smells / tastes awful though. I wasn't completely comfortable with putting something flammable / fatal if inhaled in concentration on my lips 24/7.

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