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    Swollen lips with rash
    An_250515 posted:
    Two days ago I exfoliated my lips because they have been really dry and flakey. I then put on some moisturizer so they wouldn't dry out. I woke up the next morning and they were swollen, with many teeny tiny blisters all over my lips. The blisters are primarily on my lower lip. The swelling and blisters were getting worse throughout the day yesterday, even though I made a point of not putting anything on them. The blisters continually pop, which makes my lips extremely weepy. Any thoughts on what this might be? And what I can do to treat it?

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