Mae (getandgot) wrote in minutians,

Lip Balm Addiction

I am not addicted to lipbalm.

I get coldsores on my mouth sometimes. Not very often thank goodness. My grangma gave them to me when I was in my late teens or something. I take l-lysne a lot to stop from getting them, and luckily this also reduces my FM pain. If I cant afford zorivax or whatever its called I just ignore it. They take the same time to heal.
Everytime I use lipstick, new from the shop, unopened. I get a coldsore. Bummer.

I dont like the feeling of slimy stuff on my lips so I dont use lip balm. Do you use lip balm?

At one stage both my children constantly were getting sore dry lips. I couldnt work it out. My mother was secretly addicting them to lip balm!!! I explained about it to her and she respecte dmy wishes, and they no longer get dry lips. *phew*. Talk about starting them young!

you can read all about the chapstick conspiracy!!:):)

the lip balm dependence site was all the rage seven years ago:)

Lip Balm Anonymous Presents:
Is Lip Balm Addictive?
1. To devote or surrender (oneself) to something habitually or obsessively.
2. To cause (a person) to become physiologically dependent on a drug.
Webster's New Collegiate Dictionary, 1981.
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