Seems like I have just developed this problem over the past year or so. My lips seem to get really chapped, they burn and get red. I have also noticed some small bumps all over my lip, they are kinda white in color but also the same color as my lips. I can feel them if I rub my lips together and can also see them if I look real close at my lips. They burn maybe a little but I think maybe thats because my lips are so dry. What could this be? I went to see my doctor last year and she diagnosed me with chapped lips and told me to use Vaseline. Can you tell me what this might be and what I can so to treat this? Thanks for your help.
My lips are super dry and I woke up this morning with little tiny bumps surrounding the outline of my mouth within/on the lower and upper lip! I usually use Vaseline but ran out yesterday so I used medicated neosporin. Is this a reaction? Please help, I'm really crusty and bumpy!
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