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What You Need to Know About Perioral Dermatitis, an Annoying Red Face Rash
Perioral Dermatitis - American Osteopathic College of Dermatology (AOCD)
Perioral dermatitis is a red, bumpy rash around the mouth and on the chin that resembles acne, rosacea, or both. Although the exact cause of perioral dermatitis is unknown, exposure to corticosteroids that are applied to the skin, use of water or toothpaste that has fluoride in it, or both have been proposed as possible causes. The disorder mainly affects children and women of childbearing age. The rash typically starts in the folds of skin on the sides of the nose nasolabial folds and spreads around the mouth the perioral area. The rash can also spread around the eyes and to the forehead. Perioral dermatitis is distinguished from acne by the lack of blackheads and whiteheads comedones.
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Perioral Dermatitis: Symptoms, Causes, and Treatment
This rash often looks like small, red, acne-like breakouts in people with light-colored skin and skin-colored breakouts in people who have skin of color. While this rash often develops around the mouth, it can also appear around your eyes or nose. You may have the rash around your mouth and nose or your nose and eyes. Some people get it around their genitals.
Perioral dermatitis is an inflammatory rash involving the skin around the mouth. The rash may spread up to the nose or even the eyes. It usually appears as a scaly or red bumpy rash around the mouth. There may be a clear fluid discharge. Redness and slight itching and burning can also occur.