What could cause arash and red bumps around the eye?

many possibilities. Including eczema, allergies, infection (bacterial, viral). Needs an in person exam to get an accurate diagnosis. Some viral infections need to be treated within the first 72 hours for better prognosis.

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What could cause tender red bumps on your head?

Infection. Infected hair follicles or the area surrounding the hairs can cause an inflammed tight sensation. If painful and extensive it requires oral antibiotics.Do not use occlusive hair products and disinfect or discard infected brushes and combs to prevent reinfection once cleared. Read more...
Depends. There could be many possibilities and it really depends on the level of the skin these bumps are located. If they are superficial, closer to the surface, they could be folliculitis but if they are deeper it could be cysts among many other possibilities. Best bet is to see a dermatologist, especially because they are tender. Read more...

I have dandruff on my scalp and small red bumps. Head and shoulder hasn't cleared this problem up. What is the cause of my scalp issue?

Seborrhea? This may well be a case of seborrheic dermatitis. The head and shouders may not help. You might want to try some selsun to see if that will help. If not call your doc for appt and advice. Read more...

My one month old has several small red bumps around her eyes what could it be?

Milia.. Milia are common, benign, small bumps that can be around the eyes and usually appear in the first 4-5 days of life in newborns. Around 40% of infants develop milia. Miliaria is a common problem of the sweat glands that occurs in 1.6%-4.5% of newborns. Both of these generally go away on there own. Make sure to ask your pediatrician, he or she will be able to tell for sure. Read more...

Small red bumps under my eyes, what could they be?

May be warts. Two conditions one is regular warts, or papilloma and molluscum contagiosum are viral bumbs that tend to multiply in eyelids. If you mean at the lid margin they may be inspissated meibomian glands. See an ophthalmologist for proper DX and rx. Read more...