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What's the best way to heal a small rash like this? Read details.

Not exactly sure when it happened, but Wednesday afternoon I had an itch on the bottom of the tip of my nose and when I scratched it, it hurt. Looking in the mirror, it's all red there and I guess maybe when I sneezed earlier in the day that began it when I was blowing my nose. It is irritating and I don't know what else to do after washing my face. I have allergies so I tend to sneeze frequently this time of the year so that makes it even worse when blowing my nose hurts because of the rash.

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Try some vitamin E oil, or Bio Oil, they both will aid in the healing.

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Thanks, I'll get some tomorrow. They sell them at places like Target and Walmart, right?
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thats right!
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I have to use either Puffs Plus with Lotion...or my favorite Kleenex Cool Touch with Aloe. They are less irritating than regular tissues.
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This may be a disease called contact dermatitis, it's a common skin condition marked by itching, inflammation, redness, and blistering of the skin. Contact dermatitis is a type of atopic dermatitis and one of many forms of dermatitis this occurs when skin is receptive to direct contact with specific substances such as dust. Read more on http://www.rightdiagnosis.com/c/contact_dermatitis/intro.htm

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It only just happened and it's because I've got dry skin and it's winter so when I walk during the day I'm exposed to cold air and my skin can sometimes crack (had that on my knuckles for 2 weeks - ouch!) or a rash forms like this small one.

I just need something recommended to put on it to make it go away, I already know what causes it, just need something to make to disappear fast so I can stop having a painful spot there.
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Idk, you may need to see your physician

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I'm not waiting 2 weeks to get this healed. I already know WHAT causes it, I just want to know what kind of treatment I can use for it since regular washing of the face didn't help.

Yeah - that's about the average wait time to see my doctor.
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