Peri Oral Dermatitis
Peri Oral Dermatitis is a common inflammatory skin condition found in adult women. It rarely occurs in men and may occasionally affect children. Groups of itchy or tender red papules (bumps) appear most often around the mouth. They spare the skin bordering the lips (which appears pale) but develop on the sides of the chin, then spreading to include the upper lip and cheeks. The surrounding skin may appear pink, and the skin surface often becomes dry and flaky with a burning sensation. Peri Oral Dermatitis can look like a cold sore (during severe flare-ups) around the mouth area or acne like with dry and flaky skin. It can also appear around the nose ‘periorificial’ and eye area when it should be more correctly called ‘periocular’ dermatitis.
Peri Oral Skin Guide (20 KB)
Eczema is an inflammation of the skin. The treatment of eczema depends on the cause and whether it is an atopic or contact form of eczema. Junipers sensitive range of products calms the skin and reduces itchiness whilst protecting sensitive skin from harsh weather conditions and environmental factors.
Eczema (32 KB)
There are many forms of dermatitis but we tend to hear more about the following categories – atopic, contact and seborrheic. A history check by a practitioner to establish which form of dermatitis is recommended to gain the best treatment. Junipers sensitive range of products calms the skin and reduces itchiness whilst providing a protective barrier.
Dermatitis (32 KB)