My eyelids get dry and puffy. I have noticed this after eating ice cream. My lips burn and swell. I noticed this after eating chilli. My dermatologist has diagnosed eczema and perscribed steroid cream. This makes my lips turn white and peel. It is a recurring problem. I have rosacea. My face feels like its on fire; especially irritated are my eyelids & lips. I can bearly stand to eat! Can anyone help me?
It appears that you may be having an allergic reaction. This may be causing the development of the rashes immediately after consumption. My express advise would be that you should avoid consumption and visit an allergy specialist to get a proper examination, diagnosis and treatment for this. There may be some cases where this may decrease over time and therefore there may be some merit in a repeat examination after some time.
Hope this helped, let me know if you may need any more information.
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