See thats the thing... Vitamin A can cause it but it also holds a big part in stopping it by regulating the excess keratin being produced. I won't use Vitamin A alone, i'll use it with shea butter/oil for moisturizing to try protect my sebum glands. This is why it is highly important to use Evening Primrose oil during using Vitamin A.
Like i said their is peeling lips and exfoliative cheilitis.. I think with Vitamin A i can transist from exfoliative Cheilitis to peeling lips.... but if peeling lips is aggravated i can go back to exfoliative cheilitis.
I can't find anything that reduces keratin production like Vitamin A does. To me its the only choice unless there is a alternative. I know vitamin A causes dry skin that is exactly why Evening Primrose Oil will be used to negate the effect of Vitamin A towards the sebum glands. Vitamin A is to handle the chronic growing skin. I hope you understand.
If there is a anything out there that regulates/normalizes keratin production please let me know.