When the patient has cheilitis, he will feel the dry lips, and the skin of his lips will crack. At the same time, his lips will take off the dandruff. Cheilitis is a kind of mucosal disease, which can be divided into dry and dandruff type cheilitis, allergic cheilitis, granulomatous cheilitis, photosensitive cheilitis, etc. it can also be divided into acute cheilitis and chronic cheilitis according to the course of the disease. When cheilitis attacks, the patient’s lip mucosa will be swollen and eroded. The symptoms can be light or heavy, and may not be cured for a long time. If the patient is stimulated by sunlight and dry environment, cheilitis may occur repeatedly.
Patients with recurrent cheilitis may suffer from allergic cheilitis. This rumor is caused by allergic reaction, especially in people’s lips, where there are many capillaries. These capillaries are usually easy to contact with the outside world and enter into foreign bodies. Even after treatment, if foreign objects contact the lips, it may lead to allergic reaction, which may cause allergic cheilitis.
Dry and desquamation cheilitis is also easy to recur. The cause of this type of cheilitis is not clear. It is an acute inflammatory reaction. The cause of the disease is related to the sun irradiation, alcohol and tobacco stimulation, cosmetics stimulation, Candida albicans infection, and fungal infection. It is unlikely that it will last for a long time because the lips of patients are often stimulated by the outside world, so that the disease does not recur It can heal.
Another kind of cheilitis is chronic cheilitis. The occurrence of this kind of cheilitis is generally related to season and climate. Generally, it is most likely to occur in winter. Some patients will have this disease almost every year to winter, which may be caused by the strong response of their lips to cold stimulation.
Patients need to pay attention to the fact that cheilitis is very easy to recur, sometimes it is mild, sometimes it is serious, especially in the windy season in winter, and in the dry season, as well as in the sun exposure season. There is a certain relationship between recurrent cheilitis and patients licking their lips.