Orofacial dermatitis is a common facial skin problem iwhich presents as groups of itchy or tender small red papules that may appear round the mouth, upper lip and cheeks. The surrounding skin may be pink, and the skin surface often becomes dry and flaky. Moisturisers, cream cleansers, make-up foundation, sunscreens and especially topical steroid creams or ointments, which appear to be the most frequent cause. Perioral dermatitis responds well to treatment but sometimes recurs when the antibiotics are discontinued, or at a later date. It would be best to have her evaluated by your dermatologist for proper management. Prescription of oral antibiotics for six to twelve weeks may be indicated. Washing the the face with warm water alone while the rash is present may also help.
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Thank You...we will make the appointment soon and try to practive your suggestions.