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Re: Exfoliative Chelitis Characteristic Peeling Pattern?
 
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Re: Exfoliative Chelitis Characteristic Peeling Pattern?


"For me the wet/dry border of the lip becomes inflamed right as the start of the peeling cycle and causes a sort of air pocket or blister to form right at the inner border of the mouth which slowly spreads inflammation to the rest of the lip"


The "air pockets" what you mentioned which I thought was interesting I believe speeds up the inflammation process. From my experience, when the crustation cycle starts to begin it usually starts where there is an air pocket.
 
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