Allergic reactions usually subside when the offending substance is removed. In your case, if there is no exposure to poison ivy, oak or sumac, this could be another condition. Are there other signs or symptoms present? This could be a form of irritation, dermatitis or eczema. In particular, perioral dermatitis presents with redness, small red bumps or pus bumps, and mild peeling in the chin, nose, or to the sides of the lips. Occasionally, the areas around the nose, eyes, and cheeks can be affected. Sometimes there is mild itching or burning. If not treated, perioral dermatitis may last for months to years. Even if treated, the condition may recur several times. The cause of perioral dermatitis is unknown. Strong corticosteroid creams applied to the face can cause this condition while some types of makeup, moisturizers, and dental products may be partially responsible. If it persists, it would be best to have this evaluated further by a dermatologist for proper management.
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