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Mild rash under left eye - from cold weather

Hi there,

A couple months of go when the weather in the Bay Area, California got really cold, I developed a mild rash (a few small bumps) under my left eye. I have had it the past two months and on days when the weather is warmer it goes away almost completely but then flares up again when the weather gets cold and windy. It doesn't itch, it doesn't hurt, it's not super red - just like a little pink. and I don't have a history of dermatitis, eczema or any skin diseases or issues.

It happened last year for the first time as well, on the same eye but didn't last that long. probably because we didn't have much of a winter and it barely rained at all. This winter is much colder and I am outside a lot with my new job. I have been putting vitamin E oil on it every morning and night and using a humidifier and that helps a lot but it still is not going away.

It doesn't seem to be bacteria related and I don't wear make up or put any chemicals/harsh products on my skin. I am very healthy I exercise daily, drink a lot of water and eat clean. my diet hasn't changed. It really seems to be weather related.

If anyone has any homeopathic remedies that may help make this go away it would be much appreciated. Or any advice on what to do.

[message edited by o_zell on Sat, 25 Feb 2017 02:16:21 UTC]
  o_zell on 2017-02-25
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