Perioral dermatitis is a rash that develops around the mouth. Professionals will normally recommend that individuals discontinue using the offending goods, and diagnose perioral dermatitis through bodily assessment. This occasionally causes the state to worsen before development happens. The condition may reunite later, although it will usually subside.
Contact dermatitis occurs after getting into contact with irritants or allergens. Individuals may encounter contact dermatitis around the mouth from annoying makeup, skincare products that are severe or poison ivy. It may also result from an allergy in which symptoms result in the body's immune response to the offending agent. Contact dermatitis appears as painful, itchy and red lumps. Scratching the lumps may not lead better. Identification is made through thorough history, physical exam and perhaps an allergy test. Treatment usually involves avoiding the irritant, but corticosteroids can be essential for cases that are severe.
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