Swollen red itchy chin what could it be?

Age? Need more info . Could be infection or if u shaved could be fungal or could be impetigo. If overweight lose it and check for diabetes .could also be contact dermatitis from a new soap or cream.kindly scan all ur cosmetics and see how bad they can be. Download EWG skin deep app. It gives u a rating about chemicals in ur toothpaste cosmetics makeup etc good luck.

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