Ever been tested for any allergies or for any intolerance?
IgG , IgE ?
A classic type I allergy is when the immune system produces specific IgE antibodies (immune globulins of the subclass E). These antibodies lead to an immediate allergic reaction.
A type III food allergy is when the immune system produces specific IgG antibodies (immune globulins of the subclass G). These antibodies can lead to inflammatory processes.
The symptoms appear up to three days after the consumption of a trigger food or cosmetic, or anything else.
In most cases, EC is triggered by a type III food allergy , (immune globulins of the subclass G).
Kids often inherit allergy sensitivities from mother.
If both you and your child have peeling lips, this is a very strong evidence of both of you suffering from
a type III allergy, and that is most likely some food or some cosmetics.
Ever tried to eliminate all gluten or all milk or all grains or all soy from your diet ? Or all cosmetics ?
How old is your child ?
At what age did you first notice the dry lips symptoms ?
At what age did you first start feeding solid foods to your child ?
At what age did you first start feeding grains to your child ?
At what age did you first start feeding gluten to your child ?
Cow milk ?
Is there any correlation between some of those ages ?
Any correlation between the Age of getting dry lips and the age of introducing something new in baby diet, like grains, cow milk, soy, sugar, corn, gluten, toothpaste, shampoo, soap, different laundry detergent, moving to a different place to live?
If you can figure out the correct answer to some of those questions, you may be able to figure out what is the EC trigger for your child.
A type III food allergy is linked to high intestinal permeability also called leaky gut often caused by dysbiosis, linked to gluten and grains intolerance, milk and Sugar intolerance, candida etc.