Sun exposure worked for some people.
Last summer, JSL wrote that the only thing that improved his lips was Sporanox. It also improved my lips, but one must have a fungal infection to see improvement. Since I started a gluten-free diet during treatment, it probably helped my lips heal faster. Keep in mind that you could have a bacteria infection instead of a fungus infection. Also, not all fungus infections respond to Sporanox just like not all bacteria infections respond to all Antibiotics
. However, I think the infections are secondary to the root cause.
Just the other day I was reading that someone cured their Psoriasis
(not specifically on lips) within 3 weeks by taking 12,000 mg of vitamin D per day. This treatment reminds me the sun treatment. Although it sounds like a lot of Vitamin D, an anti-aging doctor named Dr. Perricone recommends an even higher dose. Vitamin D may be another method for those who had success with sun exposure.
One important thing to remember is you should get tests before you take a strong fungus medication. You will not see results if you do not have a fungus infection. I recommend others to get tested for vitamin deficiencies (even vitamin D) before they take extra supplements.