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30 Sep, 2011

Treat Lip Sores From Playing Too Much Clarinet

Posted by: Linda In: Lip Sores

You’ve been practicing all weeks for the clarinet solo you’ll do at school, but sore lips suddenly happens.  For sure you know that playing clarinet can trigger swelling, inflammation, soreness, and chapping of the lips. It is however saddening to realize that the show is up in 3 days. So during this fateful event, do not quit the show. What you can do is find a relief to your sore lips problem.

Treating Sore Lips

  • Apply Aloe- The aloe tops other lips sores treatments because of its good effect. The plant is known for its various positive effects done to the skin, including the lips. You can relieve your sore lips by applying aloe gel or juice as soon as you feel the onset of the problem.
  • Ice- Apply ice on the affected spot once the sore becomes painful. An ice is a really good way to stop spreading the sore around the mouth.
  • Baking Soda- The use of baking soda for mouth sores have been recognized through the years. Just mix a teaspoon of baking soda in warm water. Rinse this solution in your mouth as often as needed. You will see after how pain can lessen after 24 hours of use.
  • Plum Juice- You can make use of 1 to 2 tablespoons of plum juice as mouth wash or apply the juice on the affected part for 2 minutes.
  • Sage- Make a tea out of sage. The tea can then become a mouthwash, or you can use cotton balls to dab the tea on your lips.
  • Copper Sulfate- The use of copper sulfate has been around for ages. Copper sulfate is a very effective astringent so care must be done during its use. When you use copper sulfate on your lips, it can flat out the problem within 2 days.

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