How do you know whether the skin problems I have are related to perioral dermatitis? What are the symptoms and signs of it manifest itself? "... I am 25 years old. A few months ago, I noticed that on my chin, several small pimples.
Acne No More : I began to wash with soap and water frequently and use a special feature of acne, but it does not help - over time acne is becoming more and more, and the skin on the chin and around the mouth was always red, with dark spots that remain from pimples that heal.
I can not figure out what it is. Acne has been in my youth, but they quickly passed and no longer appear ...” Usually this is how peopling who face perioral dermatitis, describe the problem. Perioral dermatitis most often occurs in young women, it is much less common in men and children.
You can imagine the problems with the skin you are associated with perioral dermatitis, if you notice the following symptoms:
• On the chin (or even on the skin around the mouth), you got a lot of small pimples;
• The skin around the acne looks inflamed and irritated (red);
Considering the skin around the mouth, you will notice that even though the inflammation and extends to the skin around the mouth, around the lips directly (band width of several millimeters) skin looks healthy (normal color, without spots) and that between and inflamed skin as is clear border.