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Skin blisters due to allergic reaction

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 4, 2007
  • 01:18 AM

This is my second breakout...the 1st was two years ago and it was due to Benzoid Peroxide...I don`t know what caused it this time but there is about, 50 to 100 tiny blisters surrounding my mouth and lower cheeks. It is an embarrassing outbreak and working in the service industry where many people will stare has me in a panic. Doctor has me on steroids right now but, it doesn:t seem to be helping. Please, can someone help with advise on how to at least pick up the healing process...they have spread to my upper cheeks and forehead, very painful,red, and itchy. I believe it was from a topical moisturizer that contained Alpha Lipoic Acid. Not sure...Please help!

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