Recently (about 2 months) I have had a little rash on my right eyelid. It is bumpy, red in color, a little flaky, and it has never been itchy. This morning I woke up and it was swollen a little bit. I thought that it might be the cream that I use but the rash is only on my right eyelid. I was just recently diagnosed with depression and high anxiety disorder, and I have been under a lot of stress lately. I didn't know if that had something to do with it. I normally wear eyeshadow and mascara, never had a problem but a couple weeks ago I did switch to a different brand and it was just recently that it started swelling. I am starting to get nervous and confused, so any advice that you could give me would be grately appreciated. Thank you.
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