As per others that have done more research into this; their findings uncovered that hyaluronidase turns off fibroblasts & actually allows the skin of the lips (which has been noted as "impermeable") to better absorb whatever is placed on them. This is why the 1% hydrocortisone with neomycin ointment placed on them after the injection of hyaluronidase seemed to have worked in the treatment used in the article longterm posted from a hospital in El Salvador. Note how the article states that hydrocortisone & neomycin were ineffective when used alone.
I already printed out the article from El Salvador that longterm posted a link to and gave it to my dermatologist for review. He found the article mighty interesting and asked me if he could keep it. Which I undoubtedly said yes to. I have to go back to see him on Friday to follow-up and get my stitches removed from last week's biopsy. I am literally itching to go back to see him to see what he has found out.
I don't know, I'm getting a good feeling about all of the things I am doing along with the help of those posting any leads to this forum/thread. I think that this is going to be the thread to keep coming back to as I really hope that it ends in some wonderful news for us all.