I need help in figuring out what is wrong with my skin. I have always had a clear complexion but 2 times in my life I have had issues with the skin between my nose and lips. I went to a dermatologist once and he perscribed this ointment and it went away. This is 15 years later and now its back, I have chapped skin under my nose and all around my mouth and lips and also under my eye, it almost looks like I have a black eye because of the redness and swelling. It is now on my hands and fingers. My symptoms are, itchiness, chapping, red and inflamed, cracked. I have tried elidil, bactroban, aloe, baby lotion, petrolium type ointments like bacitracin, buttermilk cream, chapped lip stuff and most recently aveeno (which worked for like a day then it came back). I dont know what to do!!! It Itches and looks terrible and is painful. I am uninsured, so a dermatology appointment is out of the question for the time being. Please help me before my sjin is permanently damaged and scarred from all the chapping. Thank you.
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