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Avatar f tn After about 10 minutes it spread to the other side of her face and under her eyes. Now, the rednedd around her face had subsided a little but now her under her eyes are so red that they look purple. THeyare not ithching swollen or tearing any more than usual. A friend of mine said that she look like a zombie. Any one know anything about this.
Avatar n tn I have a son of 4years old. Every morning he gets up there is swelling around the eyes and after some time(2-3 hours) its normal. We can't figure it out whether its an allergy or some other disease. We are very much worried. We give him Anti allergy syrup also every night. It started only a month ago.
Avatar n tn t use it long term without asking a doctor, though, because too much steroid cream can thin the skin, and they eyes already have thin skin. As for lotion, don't use it. Lotion has alcohol in it so it will dry fast, and can dry you out more. After a shower, while the area is still wet, take a little vaseline or cocoa butter and rub it in. This seals the moisture in--if you do it on dry skin, you'll have greasy dry skin.
Avatar f tn Hello! I was wondering what allergic reactions anyone has when eating pineapples? I gave it to my toddler for the first time, and very slowly, he's been developing rashes behind the ears, around the mouth,and in the belly area.... not fun! itchy! anyways, What medicine is good? I took him to the doc, so they gave him a shot and prelone, and a cream fo rthe itching...he's getting better.. Thanks.
Avatar n tn It is probably an allergy or related to you eczema. You might try some steroid cream, BUT make sure it is safe for the eye. I know they sell over-the-counter hydrocortisone cream, but I do not know if they have one safe for around the eyes. Dr. O.
Avatar f tn Her workplace has now changed cleaners, but the dryness and swollen eyes persist, especially in the morning. We have tried every kind of cream from vitamin E to aloe vera to cortisone cream (prescribed by the doctor) - the areas behind her ears and neck are very sore and oozing somewhat - any ideas as to what we can do.
Avatar f tn Application of calamine lotion and mild corticosteroid cream will help in providing soothness and relief to the skin.For the eyes,you can take some steroid eye drops but firstly pls consult an allergist/ophthalmologist. Hope it helps.
Avatar n tn Hi ! I too have this crappy condition. It just came on over the summer. I was recently diagnosed with blepharitis and am trying to treat it with warm compresses, etc. I did find a good, natural product that pretty much takes away the redness. It;s called EMU gency first aid stick. It's emu oil and lots of other natural goodies. I haven't been wearing any eye make up (you may be allergic to make up). I bought this product at a health food store (Super Supplements) for only $6.
Avatar m tn I always have some level of darkness under my eyes (who doesn't?) but this is beyond a normal dark circle and it's only present under one eye. In photos, it looks like someone punched me in the eye. This has been present for years so it isn't going away naturally. Could some kind of injury / trauma / medical condition be causing this? Should I see a specialist -- if so, what sort would be most appropriate?
Avatar f tn swelling under my eyes. I also get dry, rough lips with cracking at the ends of my lips. I am just so frustrated b/c I don't know if it is something I am eating or my makeup. I have tried food allergy tests, detox programs, allergy patch testing. The only thing that has worked to get rid of it is striods which I don't want to always take. Cool compresses work too. Just want to find the root cause of it all. Sound familiar to anyone?
Avatar n tn My husband has been a diabetic since age 11. He has a known allergy to tape. Currently he wears an insulin pump and a continuous glucose monitor. Even though we use skin prep, he still at times rashes with the tegaderm(we have tried several brands).He puts hydrocortisone on his skin, but i am thinking tht possibly there is another type of cream to use on the rash. Anyone hve any ideas?
Avatar n tn Hi sweenyB42 and welcome to the forum. 1. 100% cotton loose fitting underwear. 2 . Use of pure zinc oxide cream (non-scented) daily or as needed. 3. Frequent washing with mild hypoallergenic soap . Rinse well and dry.
Avatar n tn Mild allergy may not itch. As allergy reaction increases, the itching becomes a part of it. Most socks have polyester in them, except NiKI sold at JC penny. Threads in clothes are 50% polyester. So for people allergic, the areas that clothes are tighter or skin is more sensitive is going to be a likely place reaction happens.
Avatar f tn I was out in the high heat and perspiration was dripping and nose was running. My eyes got blurry and now are closed and swollen? .
Avatar n tn Been since October. We live northeast. Mostly at times on her cheeks or under her eyes or around eyes, but its mostly under her mouth or sides of mouth. No bumps or pimples or anything like that. Just rashing. Over her lip it always bothers her (maybe burns). and I dont see a rash there. She wants me to apply aquaphor on lips and above upper lip alot. Dermatologist said okay to use that. She has Autism and can't communicate well or speak so I dont know what to do.
Avatar f tn With increased moisturisation, the skin above my eyes is mostly back to normal, but under my eyes is still swollen. It's not too obvious usually, but when I smile it looks terrible, so I've been trying to avoid smiling around other people which is really bringing me down.
1415174 tn?1453243103 I first got an allergy to using a sunscreen. My forehead and cheeks broke out in a face rash that had small red non itcy bumps. That went away but then I have some larger itchy bumps that won't go away. I don't think they are an infection it is related to the allergy. I am only washing my face with Cetaphil and then adding 10% glycerin for some hydration to these spots. Glycerin is a natural substance found in the body and I don't think that is causing a problem.
Avatar f tn My patch test was negative but I have read that it may take up to 72 hours to react not 48. The day after dying my hair, my eyes were red. itchy and swollen. That subsided. But in the meantime, I am in real misery.
1670993 tn?1303750620 Vitamin C is a general anti-allergy supplement. Also apply calamine lotion and a mild steroid cream like dermacort on the rash. To prevent solar urticaria in future, desensitization using phototherapy and photochemotherapy are often advised. In this we try to decrease the amount of exposure by gradually increasing exposure to the form of radiation that brings about the reaction.
Avatar n tn Try an OTC Hyrocortisone cream ... have you been outside a lot it maybe allergens in the environment, or you could be allergic to a cream or makeup, soap you are using .
Avatar f tn Eyes being very sensitive, get affected or irritated very quickly when exposed to irritants, making this one of the most common chlorine allergy symptoms. When an individual comes in contact with chlorinated water, or the gas variant of chlorine, the eyes get irritated, and start developing swelling, pain, redness, burning and itching. Some people also experience falling of their eye lashes, which is accompanied by constant watering of the eyes.