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... I have had the same problem for years, I have started using baby oil to take my make up off, I use baby shampoo to wash my face and eyes after. It helped for a bit, but I still can't wear eye shadow, I take my mascara off as soon as I get home and I'm not going anywhere else. I still have some itch, and redness. My lips do the same thing. Frustrating. I will use aquaphor... (21 replies)
... I couldn't use the cortisone cream because i was advised against it, for using topical retinoids i would damage the the skin. ... (21 replies)
... Do i need a prescription to buy cortisone creams? ... (21 replies)

... he initially thought it was a bug bite but said it was probably eczema as he took a closer look. Treated it with steroids and antibiotic and topical cortisone creme. Only slightly swollen a week later and still a little red. ... (21 replies)
... The main problem with cortisone cream/ointment is that it needs to be used with great care, under medical supervision and for a limited period of time because of its propensity to thin the skin. It is generally only used to clear dermatitis or eczema after which non-steroid products are used to stabilise the condition. If steroid creams are used for too long, they can indeed... (21 replies)
... When I get this thing on my eyelid, I do put a very thin layer of cortisone ointment on the red spot, do it for maybe two days and stop when the itchiness goes away. ... (21 replies)
... ppens ONLY on the left eyelid, never on the right one. I saw an ophtalmologist a year ago, he said I was allergic to eye cream, should use Cetaphil instead, put cortisone ointment and prescribed Patanol drops. I followed the directions, the problem subsided, and after several weeks came back, again on the left only. ... (21 replies)
... Today this problem is still apparent cos my eyelids in my left eye, are still a bit swelled. My upper eyelid has very visible blood vessels. What can I do about this issue? ... (8 replies)
... I have had sebhorreic eczema for years and it eventually spread to my eyelids. None of the treatments (including cortisone) worked and it hurt and increased the redness if I cleaned my face /eyelids. Last year I read about the fungal/bacterial/mite iunterractions and started washing with a combination of selsun (selenium sulphide) nizoral (anti-fungal shampoo - ketonocazole)... (6 replies)




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