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I've been battling an eye rash since January. It's situated on the outside corner and below both eyes and consists mainly of many individual red clusters, some of which contain a white or translucent dot. The dots cannot be popped like your traditional zit.
The description really fits this post: http://www.justanswer.com/health/147w0-persistant-rash-corner-eyes.html.
Many years ago I had something similar and the doctor prescribed Fluorometholone Ophthalmic Ointment which did the trick pretty quickly. However, this occurrence seems different because the clusters are much more individual instead of a plain rash like eczema. I've gone to my local Dermatologist and she prescribed ProTopic. While it removed the redness of the bumps, the bumps themselves never cleared up. The research I've done points to something like periocular dermatitis, but for the life of me I can't figure out what I'd be allergic to. I'm allergic to pollen and dust mites, but it's not like I'm sneezing daily. The bumps come and go, do not hurt to the touch, sting, etc. They're mainly a visual annoyance, but by the 5th month, they've become really annoying.
Thanks Dr. Rick,
I don't have Cetaphil on-hand, but would a combination of Johnson& Johnson shampoo for the facewash and then , hydrogen-peroxide then neosporin do the trick?
I got the combination from another post on this site for a similar condition.