#1
I went to a Turisas gig last night and wore a load of warpaint. I have pretty crappy skin and when I got out of the shower afterwards there was still a lot of the red paint left. It wouldn't come off and my face was swelling, so I decided it was a rash. I have eczema so this worried me. I took some piriton, and put moisturiser for my eczema on my face and got to sleep. It hasn't got any worse, but it hasn't got any better either. I know there's still some paint on there, but I don't want to try to rub if off unless it turns in to impetigo.

I don't particually want to go to a doctors, so is there any simple way to get rid of it? It's all over my face and neck in blotches. I know this is the pit, so now I'm expecting a load of stupid comments, but please try to be serious.

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#2
go to a doctor
they can prescribe aqueous cream and/or hyrdrocortisone which should help


I hate exzema.
How long have you had it?
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#3
I've had it since I was born. Never gone away at all no matter what the hell I've tried. The stuff on my face isn't like eczema though, it's itchy sure, but it's not the same.
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#6
I'll go to a doctor then, it's not that severe though so is there nothing I can do at home?
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