How do you get rid of a muzzle rash?
To get rid of this rash, you may need to:
- Stop applying all corticosteroids, including hydrocortisone cream, to your skin.
- Take an antibiotic, such as tetracycline or erythromycin.
- Change your skin care routine.
What is the best treatment for perioral dermatitis?
Oral antibiotics are considered the most reliable treatment for perioral dermatitis. These help to clear up any underlying infections that may be contributing to this rash. To avoid antibiotic resistance, your dermatologist will likely recommend decreasing doses as part of your treatment plan.
What causes perioral dermatitis on face?
One of the most common factors is prolonged use of topical steroid creams and inhaled prescription steroid sprays used in the nose and the mouth. Overuse of heavy face creams and moisturizers are another common cause. Other causes include skin irritations, fluorinated toothpastes, and rosacea.
Does perioral dermatitis go away?
Perioral dermatitis often clears up on its own a few weeks after a person stops using topical steroids, but medical treatment may still be necessary. Using fragrance-free products helps avoid irritating the skin while it heals.
Is sudocrem good for perioral dermatitis?
After applying the ACV and waiting for it to dry, I have been continuing to apply the Sudocrem, and after a week or so my rash had nearly cleared up completely. Therefore, I highly recommend the use of ACV and Sudocrem to clear up perioral dermatitis.
What worsens perioral dermatitis?
Flare-ups of perioral dermatitis can be caused by topical and inhaled steroids, cosmetics, and heavy moisturizers. Other triggers can include certain kinds of toothpaste, sunblock, and birth control pills.
What aggravates perioral dermatitis?
Should I put moisturizer on perioral dermatitis?
In general, you want to avoid lots of oils and heavy moisturizers on skin inflamed with Perioral Dermatitis, so you won’t find any oil-based products in this category in our beauty store, except for Osmia’s Nectar, which Sarah has said has worked fine for her skin.