Hello Dr. Rick,
My skin issues started about a month ago. The first derm I saw said it was seborrheic dermatitis and prescribed an ointment to apply. However, it did not reduce. I saw a 2nd derm, who said it was a classic case of Pityriasis Rosea - rashes in the chest and upper back. He prescribed Methyl Prednisone, along with Lamisil tablets for another skin problem - what looked like fungal in the groin (a long standing problem for me, intermittent).
I finished the course for both. Now, the original rash seems to be subsiding in the initial areas, there are still quite a few remaining. The original rash has given way to white/grey powdery dry flakes, and this powdery flakes is now spreading across much of my body - forearms, inside lower arms, thighs, and even to the face gradually.
So the skin around my eyes could be affected by this dryness/wrinkling, or possibly from a reaction to the "rejuvenating" cream I applied.
When I visited my 2nd derm yesterday, he said he now suspected psoriasis instead. He has taken a biopsy sample. He has doubled my dose of prednisone.
Other than this I have no known medical issues, nor take any medication. No reaction to any medication.