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Hello, I am sorry for the delay in replying. This does not sound like TSS which would cause a widespread rash and a number of serious symptoms. However I would still like you to see your GP or family doctor while the rash is active. A rash that affects parts of the face while sparing other parts could be related to an auto-immune condition (although the description of bubbles and bumps is less in keeping with this) and some simple blood tests at this time may be useful.
However it may simply be a viral infection (although again the length of time is unusual) and finally you need to rule out other possible causes such as allergy to cosmetics/soap or even a photosensitive reaction.
Do you take any medication apart from Piriton?
no I don't take any other medication.