Hello, I've recently developed a rash on my left cheek area about a week ago. It first started out red and itchy, and it first started to develop when I used a certain cologne.
Everyday I would exercise and break out in sweat which I would dab away with a towel, then shower. I was hoping this rash would go away but everyday it would look worse and worse. A week has passed and it has become increasingly itchier, and the rash has spread to my right cheek as well. On my left cheek it looks like a bumpy, rough, crusty surface with yellowish/golden colored crust, and my right cheek is very mild with just a bit of yellowish/golden crusting.
I wash my face with a very mild face cleanser twice a day. After I wash my face, it begins to ooze out a transparent yellowish liquid. Is this an allergic reaction to the cologne I used? Is it something else? I'm worried it may never go away and only get worse. Please help!
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