Some believe this is a “forme fruste” of rosacea. However, this is characterized by an “acne-like” rash around the mouth. The rash varies from being asymptomatic to severely itchy, and occasionally burns. Your dermatologist will help you manage this condition, and help you think about possible triggers. As this condition is often managed with topical steroids by non-dermatologists, it is important you seek a dermatologist who is well trained and board certified.
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