Ok so for the past couple months my lips have been dry. I think this is just from my acne medicine I put on my face every morning and night. Lately my lips have been starting to feel hot on occassion, especially my top lip. Sometimes it will look very red above my upper lip. This happens alot after I eat. It will go away for most of the day but as soon as I eat it turns red and sometimes it doesn't burn or anything I will just look in the mirror and notice them being very red. When I wake up or get out of the shower I will get the hot feeling on my lips, mostly my upper lip. It is not so much a burning feeling and it doesn't itch at all. Could I be allergic to something or have some kind of infection? I do not have health insurance so I have not went to the doctor or anything.
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