Well, the world I live in almost all of my friends use a lip balm all of the time. Maybe it's the climate here, but if the world you live in truly existed, then every single department store, with tons of different chapsticks to choose from, wouldn't be selling them because no one would be buying them.
Also I may have forgotten to say that when I made the cure video I no longer had to rub anything off of my skin, it was always perfect. I believe I said that though.
And you can't just have an "opinion" on being cured. Cured is what it is. EC and chapped/dry lips are NOT the same thing. You can't say someone isn't cured because they use chapstick. That's so stupid and one of the things that upsets me so much. EC is peeling lips, where skin continually builds up and turns white in the shower. Dry lips don't do that. They are two completely different things and you can't compare them at all.
If you would like to say someone is cured of EC, but still has dry lips then that is perfectly fine to do so. But you can't make up your own definitions of what something is. Once your skin quits building up then you no longer have EC, plain and simple.
Just to go further, you definitely wouldn't go up to go up to one of my friends and watch him put a chapstick on and say, "hey you have EC, you should google it" he will give you the dumbest look you've probably ever been given in your life when he see's the pictures. Yet you try to do the reverse on me. Just because I had EC before, but now use chapstick I somehow still have it. Sorry but that makes no sense, and is totally unintelligent for how much research you've done on this.
The two conditions are separate, so please stop mixing them.