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I have definitive red, hot spots on my face. Began on each side of my nose, spread to spots on my lip, chin, cheeks. Itchy and flaky. Subside then return in exact same spots. Can't shake them. Help?

Stress induced? Consider candida since cortisone and tolnafate would not treat this. Stress and a high carb diet fosters this yeast. Coconut oil ingested kills yeast. Eat 6 equal healthy meals including 6 servings of fresh and steamed vegetables and one apple each day. Relax and learn to manage stress skilfully. Getting at least 60 minutes of fun exercise every day has multiple health benefits. Read more...
Seborrhea. Sounds like seborrheic dermatitis, though without seeing it, it's hard to be sure. Most cases can be controlled adequately with a good over-the-counter anti-seborrhea shampoo and Hydrocortisone cream. Stubborn cases require prescription products. But it will always come back and require re-treatment, because the yeast that causes it is a normal component of your skin. Read more...

Time to time when I get out of the shower my face has red blotchy itchy spots and feels hot. Goes away after about 30 mins. What is this?

Hives. You are likely experiencing urticaria - or hives. Sometimes, people will get hives due to an allergy, but sometimes it is due to something more physical - hot or cold water, pressure, vibration, stress, etc. They classically come and nothing *needs* to happen, but you could try taking a loratadine or other anti-histamine 30" prior to showering to see if that helps reduce symptoms. Good luck! Read more...

My face gets red and also gets itchy when my face gets hot and red spots appear, what can the reason be to this and how could I make it go away?

CholinergicUrticaria. Cholinergic urticaria is a form of hive which develops in response to a physical trigger, such as drastic temperatures, sunlight, emotional distress, exercise and occassionally viral infectons. When this condition becomes chronic (recurrent, frequent), daily medications such as Zyrtec or Xyzal (levocetirizine) can be used for prevention. Read more...

Why do I have itchy head and red nasty spots on scalp?

Dermatitis. There are many causes for what you describe. You should have this looked at by a physician who can treat you with the appropriat. Read more...

Small red spots on my 4 year olds face itchy and have yellow heads on seem to be more today than yesterday?

Itchy red spots. Are they stabbing over? If so it's chicken pox , if not its probably impetigo, an infection of the skin.See you pediatrician for a definitive diagnosis. Read more...