Aug 19, 2016
Over the counter antifungal creams can be used as a home remedy for perioral dermatitis. This remedy is usually only a temporary measure. If antifungal creams work for your perioral dermatitis temporarily, you may need to consider an anti-candida protocol for the entire body.
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I have had success curing perioral dermatitis with Jock Itch Cream, please make sure it contains the drug BUTENAFINE HYDROCHLORIDE (There are several Lotrimin products that do not contain this medication! )
Perioral dermatitis is a generic term for (dermatitus meaning rash & perioral meaning around the mouth).
Many times these rashes are misdiagnosed and really a fungus similar to jock itch, athletes foot or ring worm! Using hydrocortisone can help initially and then the rash rebounds and becomes worse!
Apple cider vinegar kills the bacteria temporarily but will not stop the grown completely!
Ultra with Butenafine Hydrochloride is the only thing that cured my rash. Keep the area totally dry after applying it. Do not use moisturizers or creams that keep the skin moist. Use a hair dryer to dry the Loritrimin after application! Blessings to you all!
I have been reading everyone's posts for 8 months and I swear I have tried EVERYTHING listed here-ACV, yogurt, probiotics, manuka honey, aloe, alcohol & peroxide, cutting out all sls, flouride, cinammon, spicy foods, pristine oral health, oregano oil, coconut oil.... NOTHING worked. Some things soothed it, but nothing made it go away. My dermatologist told me I had PD and of course gave me steriods and antibiotics- I read not to use steriods because they ultimately make it worse and the antibiotic cream did nothing- oral antibiotics gave me a whole body rash. For 8 long frustrating months I battled this "dermatitis" around my mouth and nostrils. It even traveled to my eyelid at one point. It finally just dawned on me that maybe it wasn't dermatitis at all, and that's why none of the remedies were working. I swear I don't know why I even bother going to the doctor anymore. I realized he hadn't even tested the rash in the first place, just was sure it was PD. If he had simply done a test to find out what was present on the skin, I wouldn't have struggled through 8 months of my life!!! I was reading something about athletes foot and it sounded much like the scales on my face- so I thought perhaps it was fungal. I applied Lotrimin Ultra and a perscription anti-fungal-ketoconazole cream 2% - that I had leftover from something else. I applied both to the affected area before bed, and by morning there was a marked improvement!!! I was thrilled. I applied am and pm for a week and it is TOTALLY GONE!!!!! TOTALLY GONE. So if nothing is working for you, perhaps it's not dermatitis at all. It is a FUNGUS growing in your skin- just like athlete's foot.
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Hello All, If any one wants a dramatic result. Go buy an over the counter yeast infection kit (3 day monistate) the one with the 3 "egg" type pill things. Cut it open and apply to the affected area. In about 2-4 days the redness and flaky skin will look almost 100% better. While this is only a "bandaid" solution it will clear up the skin if you have an event to go to. Other than that this needs to be treated from inside the body. I myself have suffered from this for years!!! It is so annoying to say the least. While the yeast infection kit is a new thing that I just thought of and tried (with great results) I would say diet and stress level is 100% responsible for this pesky face problem. Also while it is frowned upon, I find that tanning indoors helps out my face a lot. Other than that pretty much what every one else on here is saying is the best solution. Just want to say that this worked for me and I hope it works for everyone, again the monistate thing is a "bandaid" solution ONLY.