Cheilitis Exfoliative - Curing Angular Cheilitis
Exfoliative Cheilitis, also known as Angular Cheilitis, Cheilosis, Angular Stomatitis or Perleche, is a painful condition characterized by small lesions resembling paper cuts or slits at the corners of the mouth, inflamed with a rash-like redness. The main driving force of Exfolliative Cheilitis is a certain kind of becteria, fungal bacteria, which thrives in an environment which is in a constant state of moisture.
The interesting thing about this type of bacteria is that it cannot survive in a moisture free environment. If the environment they breed in becomes dry, they dry out themselves and die. This is where simplicity seems to win out over scientific complexity in the battle against Exfoliative Cheilitis. Prescription antibiotics just seem to have little effect on Exfoliative Cheilitis, because bacteria are ever evolving microorganisms which are constantly changing into different strains of themselves. Therefore, it is very difficult - even impossible - for there to be any one medicine that can eradicate this microbial menace. This is also the exact reason why there can never be a single absolute cure for the common cold. Cheilitis Exfoliative
However, if we use the knowledge of fungal bacteria's weak point, its inability to survive in a dry environment, then we can attack it from this different angle. After all, if an enemy is too tall to knock him out by hitting him over the head, then just pull the rug out from under him, right? Natural home remedies do this effectively, and without damaging your already inflamed skin. Using natural ingredients that you may even already have about in your home, you can completely eliminate this bacteria and cure your Exfoliatiive Cheilitis. Cheilitis Exfoliative