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Very Itchy Face
What's causing these itchy, painful bumps on back of knees? I ate a cherry the other day which made my mouth very itchy and face heated up. Allergic?
Allergy: You may have had an allergic reaction the other day. Most likely it was from the cherry. The bumps could be from the allergic reaction but I cannot see them very well on the photo. I suggest you see your doctor for confirmation. In the meantime over the counter Benadryl (diphenhydramine) will help with the itching. Be seen immediately for any lip or tongue swelling, lightheadedness, or trouble breathing. ...Read more
Got hives on my legs and face. Very itchy. Swollen hands. Not allergic to anything from what I know. Help?
Take benadryl (diphenhydramine): You can take benadry - bur see your physician to be certain about its cause. Often we can not find a cause. You need a baseline with your physicians ...Read more
Depends: Cold exposure can do it; dry skin can; and (obviously) an allergic reaction can. For the first two, usually a moisturizer will help improve it. The allergy needs the triggering item removed to resolve--review what goes on your face (soaps, colognes, shaving, etc.)--if any new ones, stop for a couple days and see if feeling resolves. If not, try the moisturizer, then see dr if that fails. ...Read more
Non specific: Very young babies don't even know where there face is. They are constantly exploring and grabbing. So they grab and scratch. Be sure to keep their nails cut short so they can't leave scars. It is also possible they have some sort of skin condition and for that i would check with your doctor. ...Read more
My face is oily and itchy, super annoying and its causes my face to break out. Can I please get some advice to make this go away?
See a dermatologist: There are many possible causes. Bring all products you have used on your face. ...Read more
See dermatologist.: If your cousin's face is dry and you have itchy red patches on your cheeks, a dermatologist needs to be seen. ...Read more
Urticaria: The warm water vasodilates and when you cool down you vasoconstrict and it itches. Try tepid showers and see if you notice a diffrence. ...Read more