Advice, how the fuck do I get rid of this dry skin on my bottom lip?
Even when I use Vaseline it comes back quickly. It's like the patches shouldn't even be there as my top lip is soft and smooth. Though this is probably my fault as I used to constantly bite my bottom lip as a kid.
The brand Chapstick actually doesn't work. It doesn't allow moisture to be held, but instead offers only small amounts of relief. It could be different for certain people, but my recommendation is that you use Carmex. It's worked for years. >>16805795
Get a 1L water bottle.
-Drink 1L during your morning routine
-Drink 1L before lunch
-Drink 1L between lunch and dinner
-Drink 1L after dinner
If you aren't drinking that much right now, then you aren't drinking enough, especially if you're in a place where it's cold enough to snow (or a dry climate). Your lips should get better in about a week.
are you fucking dense? if OP consumes 5 liters of water in a day they'll suffer from hypervolemia and die.
OP, just drink 1.5-2L a day. no need to go past the normal recommended amount and even if you do, don't go past 3L. also try exfoliating with a really gentle sugar scrub/old toothbrush and moisturizing with something shea butter based. if it's just on your bottom lip, it could be a fungal infection or a localized allergic reaction/contact dermatitis. have you started using any new face products recently?
>someone actually believes drinking 5L of water a day will kill you
I have the same thing OP. I have unusually red lips for a boy and one day a nigger girl on the the bus laughed at me so I started chewing on them to make them not so red. Quite the opposite happened. They're still red, but now I'm pretty sure they're permanently scarred from all the heavy chewing. I'm over it and haven't heard any shit about it for ages but the skin on my lips is shitty and it's always peeling. I've been meaning to ask the doctor someday.