Question: How to remove black spot on lower lips?
In need some more information to be able to help you manage the black spot on your lower lip:
- How long has it been there? Is it increasing in size?
- Is it smooth or raised? How big is it?
- Does it hurt? Does it itch?
- Did you bite your lip? It could be a blood blister
- Are you recovering from some form of chronic illness or are on to medications? It could be a fever blister
- Do you smoke? Do you drink too much of tea or coffee?
- Do you use a lipstick or Chap Stick?
The causes of lip dark spots are many.In the meantime you could try doing the following:
- Don’t suck on your bottom lip to prevent dark lip.
- Apply Oil or Vaseline petroleum jelly to keep the portion moist. This will also help if the dark spot is due to sunburn.
- Make sure the lipstick or Chap Stick that you use has not expired. Only use trusted brands and avoid local and cheap products.
- Stop smoking and reduce consumption of tea and coffee.
- To cure dark lips, prepare a mixture of lemon juice and glycerin or almond oil and apply it to your lips at night.