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It sounds like you may have eczema. It is not uncommon for this to affect the face/cheek as well as the eyelids.
I would forgo the grapeseed oil and try 1%hydorcortizone cream twice a day.
Also a little bit of vasoline in the morning can help.
Why would I develop eczema at this age in my life - I've never had it before!
It can pop up anytime in life....
I'd give it a week of this treatment and if things aren't better see your primary care MD, or if you can get into one in a timely fashion, a dermatologist.
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Seriously, eczema? Can I get hydrocortizone cream at the pharmacy?