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Tea tree oil helps and so does taking a tincture of Fresh Green Black Walnut, Wormwood and Cloves you can feel nd it online. This is treatable and quickly. Best of luck. How long from the time you consume something would it visibly show on your skin? Trying to find a trigger, however, I am not sure if it would have an impact in just a matter of days or weeks.

Our daughter ate mango and within 18 hours 6am, started sometime during the night started complaining about itching from PD. Could be because Mango is in the poison oak family — lots of people are allergic! Some even swell up when the mango trees are in season — just the pollen in the air! I originally thought it was acne, and I do suffer from acne, but this seemed so much different.

Red rash around your mouth could be perioral dermatitis

Thank you for this article! I really needed to read this. Thank you for your insight Alison! I had PD all around my mouth and it looked like Herpes, it was so awful! I think it was partly stress from working a terrible job, and moving to a new environment. I too was prescribed with a topical cream and it went away but came back just around the nostrils and on my chin is that a common spot?

Especially when it gets dry. Dry, Oily, Combo? I started taking Evening Primrose Oil per your Insta stories. Do you take all the supplements you mentioned in am or pm? I would be interested to hear what type of supplements you take in general since you seem very knowledgeable! I would give those a try and see how you do.

Refrain from wearing makeup or using any other products for 2 weeks, and I think you should notice a difference. I have just started use those three products as well as taking evening primrose oil! Rarely wear makeup anyways since it looks awful on my dry skin. I just have one more question, do you do this night and morning? I seriously am already feeling less inflamed, thank you so much for your help Alison! Love all the suggestions! I had a flare up of PD for the first and last time a few years ago. The dermatologist wanted me to take 30 days of antibiotics which I refused to do.

Instead I stopped using all the skin care products I had been using and switched to a super simple soap and moisturizer and then went to my Chinese doctor who gave me some herbs that cleared things up and tackled whatever the root imbalance was. I remember being terrified about the long term implications of PD and the prospect of having to deal with it over and over again but feel lucky to not have had any recurring symptoms. I am currently suffering from what seems like PD. I have no idea how it happened and am patiently trying to cure it.

I have never used facial washes in my life. Thanks for all of these suggestion, insights, and words of encouragement. PD is the pits! I sent you a message with some other questions, but in the meantime am wondering if you put the Avene cream on just the affected area? All over your face? Both day and night? Same questions for the Barrier Restore I suppose.

Also, how do you clean your jade roller and how often? Thanks again for being such a helpful ally in this quest! You can clean it with a little Dr.

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I used the Barrier Restore and Avene all over my face, twice a day. Hope that helps! Thanks so much, Alison. This particular flare up continues to be such a mystery, a moving target, and an all around pain! Fingers crossed things start to clear up. This is so fascinating.

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I think I have this. Most people kept saying it was pregnancy, but it began months before. I have a vitamin B serum that I use a night and changed my moisturizer and things have calmed down — for now.


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When I read your last paragraph re: Type A personalities I had to laugh. Are you looking over my shoulder?! I have been researching all morning ever since a visit to my dermatologist confirmed what a first derma told me: perioral dermatitis. It seems my skin started deteriorating right after I returned from Florida where I spent Christmas with my family. I have been eating more eggs.

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And ghee. Maybe some combination of these foods? Thanks for the article and the great insights. I just subscribed to your newsletter. Your blog looks like the kind of site I would create if I had a blog. I look forward to reading more from you. PD is so tricky!

Or after it had calmed down a bit? I have PD pretty bad on my chin and around my nose. For this reason I am nervous about going fluoride free again but have been super careful not to let my toothpaste or foam touch my outer lips or chin. I went off fluoride with my flare up I had about 2 years ago.

After a year I had a bunch of cavaties. My PD went away when I got pregnant, but came back 10 months pp at the same time I finally got my period back. She said based on my […]. I want to share my story because I know how much it sucks to have perioral dermatitis and grasp at straws for a cure, which I believe I finally found. I decided not to do the food sensitivity test as my research later on supported why it would be unnecessary for me in particular. Initially I treated my PD as if it were caused by a damaged skin barrier from product overload, because I am a bit of a product junkie.

That went absolutely nowhere. Eventually all of the research I did put me on a path that actually made sense to explain the PD and it all comes down to gut health. Basically when the bacteria in your gut gets out of whack it sets off a series of chain reactions that directly affect your skin, among many other things.

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For me, essentially decreasing my sugar intake, taking loads of good quality probiotics, and eating cleaner has allowed my skin to completely heal in less than a week. It has been such a relief!!! Bottom line, all of my efforts to change my skin care, apply something, or just leave it alone did nothing to eliminate the PD. It was focusing on the internal issue that really fixed the problem. I hope this helps someone!!!

Thank you for your post.