It can still be rosacea.
The way to find out now is to send a sample of this to the lab.
Then you are not guessing with treatment, fungal or otherwise.
Metrogel is a very good topical for this.
Assuming it is rosacea.
In any case, I would not keep treating it yourself, go to your doctor, get a swab or sample sent to the lab.
The pics do not look like fungal infection, nor psoriasis or eczema.
In fact, this appears to be flushed skin more than anything, which is typical of rosacea.
I would suggest that you work with a derm doc, WITH follow up.
And that metrogel would work.
Right now, your picture does not look particularly abnormal.
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