A Red, Rough Rash Appears On The Skin Near The Corners Of The Lips?
Good evening r n r nOn the part of the facial skin, to be precise near the corner of the lips r n A red rash appears and feels rough when it is scratched, it looks like it appears r n r nWhat is a skin disease caused by by mushrooms? r nOr not. Please explain and how to treat it. R n r nThank you
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There are many causes of a reddish rash that feels rough on the facial skin, one of which is a fungal infection. Fungal infections of the skin can occur usually when the skin is often exposed to excessive moisture, for example in people who sweat a lot (such as athletes or people who work in the field) or people with oily skin types. Other factors, such as hormonal changes in women (such as during pregnancy and nearing menopause) or the use of inappropriate skin care products can also aggravate this condition.
A fungal infection of the skin typically causes a reddish rash that is paler on the middle side. This rash can cause itching which is quite intense and even tends to heat. If you don't get proper treatment, this rash can spread or even spread to other people who come into direct and indirect contact with the sufferer.
Not only a yeast infection, there can also be a reddish rash that is rough on the corners of the lips as you experience it due to other factors, such as impetigo, herpes zoster, miliaria, contact dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, xerosis, drug eruptions, and so on.
You should check with your doctor for this condition directly so that it can be treated appropriately according to the underlying factors. If it is true that the complaint arises because of a fungal infection, then this complaint can be relieved by administering anti-fungal drugs (usually given topically). However, if the cause is different, then of course the treatment will be different. If necessary, your doctor may refer you to a dermatologist.
In the meantime, all you need to do is:
Not scratching, peeling off, or rubbing anything on the rash that appears Diligently taking a shower and washing your face with the right cleansing soap Does not rubbing excessively on the skin of the face and lips Stop the habit of biting or exfoliating the lips Drink lots of drinking Increase eating vegetables and fruits rich in vitamin C, for example oranges , guava, strawberry, longan, sprouts, etc. Don't smoke Don't consume alcohol Hope it helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah