Face On The Right Itching And Swelling Small Swelling?
can I ask. Initially, my right face itchy part of my eye. I kept scratching .. when I scratched the small freckles dotted my eyes and cheeks came out. fit a bit longer. my eyes widened. n what’s the cause .. ??
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The appearance of itching, followed by small spots and swelling around the cheeks and eyes can be caused by many factors, one of which is allergic contact dermatitis. This condition reflects a localized inflammation of the skin caused by hypersensitivity to certain substances in contact with the skin. The symptoms of inflammation that appear can be mild, namely only in the form of temporary itching or redness, but can also be severe enough to cause the skin to burst, peel, blister, or swell as you experience. The triggers for this allergy can vary, from soaps, cosmetics, certain skin care products, and so on which come into direct contact with the skin. It is not clear the mechanism for this condition. However, many experts argue that genetic factors play an important role in modulating the appearance of allergy symptoms.
In addition to allergic contact dermatitis, your various complaints may also occur due to irritant contact dermatitis (skin inflammation that is triggered by contact with an irritating substance), cellulitis (soft tissue infection by bacteria), insect bites, drug eruptions, blepharitis (inflammation of the eyelids), and so.
We recommend that you consult your doctor immediately. If it is true that your complaint is suspected to occur due to allergies, the doctor will conduct an in-depth interview regarding the possible substances that trigger the allergy and ask you to avoid it. The doctor will also give you several types of drugs, either given topically (topical medicine) or oral medication. If necessary, you may be referred to a dermatologist for further treatment.
Do not over-hold the skin around the swollen cheeks and eyes Compress the swollen area with warm water, press lightly, but don't rub Avoid applying or giving any therapy to the swollen skin if it is not recommended directly by the doctor Avoid contact between the skin with substances that can trigger allergies or irritation Wash your face with a mild cleansing soap that matches your skin type. Hope it helps.
dr. Nadia Nurotul Fuadah