The child drank hot water last year, and then threw up immediately, but he was still scalded. At that time, he bought a mineral water and asked him to gargle more. Later, he didn't pay attention! This year, I saw that children's lips were white, and then their lips were dry and cracked. It seemed that they wore masks and occasionally had saliva, which made their faces spring! Please give me some advice on how to restore my lips? Is there any relationship between dry crack and scalding? Now it hurts to rub incense. What should I do?
Hello, there are some dry cracks in this situation. Considering that it may not have much to do with scalding, it is mainly caused by some inflammation. It is recommended to eat more foods containing vitamin C at ordinary times. You can use iodophor disinfection and apply some erythromycin ointment or baiduobang for treatment. You can take vitamin B and vitamin C orally when necessary
Last year's scalded lips should not affect now. In winter, the weather is relatively dry and cold. It is also normal for lips to dry and crack and peel. You can apply some glycerin, drink more water, pay attention to eat more fresh vegetables and fruits, and keep warm.
This kind of cheilitis is related to dryness and children's not willing to drink water and internal fire. So there is such a problem. Every day, lip balm must be used to smear the lips to children. In addition, children should drink more water to supplement vitamin C.