Perioral Dermatitis

Perioral Dermatitis

Pale, patchy pinkness, mild flaking on the wings of the nose, corners of the mouth, sides of the chin, corners of the eyes, and slightly itchy blisters the size of a pinhead.

En frequent youngç It is seen in white women. Recently, it has been observed in older women (up to the age of 50), men (around the corner of the eye) and children (around the nose and mouth).

*Exacerbations are intermittent and recurrent. . It may last for months.

*The cause is unknown. It flares up due to stress and develops strongly. It can be caused by long-term misuse of cortisone creams.

*It can be considered a type of rosacea. Response is received from rosacea treatment. (See rosacea treatment) However, it may take up to 2 months to show an effect.