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Finding Cause of a Burning Sensation on Upper Lip?

After I use makeup remover, I get a burning feeling on my moustache area. I have tried sensitive skin products, but it still happens. I'm not sure what it is or how to stop it.

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March 19, 20181 found this helpful
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Do you remove your hair there? If so, do not use makeup remover on that area, especially within a few days of hair removal. If not, switch brands that don't have harsh chemicals and try an oil based one.

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I'd stop using makeup remover completely if I were you. You can always use baby wipes to remove the makeup on your face. They are gentle and won't harm or burn your skin.

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March 19, 20181 found this helpful

Your skin is allergic to this makeup remover. Try using cold cream on your upper lip.

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