How could I treat allergic contact dermatitis on my face?

Contact Dermatitis. Could be your makeup. The answer is to avoid the trigger as well as to use a mild topical steroid cream to calm down the inflammation.
Avoidance. If you are reacting to something you are putting on your face, stop. It is difficult for many females to stop using their cosmetics, completely, until the skin heals up. Otc Hydrocortisone cream is helpful in speeding up the healing process and is safe for short term use, but ultimately avoidance is the only cure.

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Time & less is more. Avoid all cosmetics, and know allergens. See a dermatologist to find out what you are allergic to and what to avoid in personal products that come into contact with your skin. Use products that are hypoallergenic and very mild to moisturize and sooth the skin. Dermatologist might prescribe medications to help lessen the symptoms. Time will allow the skin to heal. Read more...

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