Welcome and thanks for posting your query to Healthcare Magic.
After reading your query it appears the possibility of "Rosacea" or "Actinic dermatitis
You have not mentioned your age and the time period since you are having this problem.
Both of these are common conditions and the former one is cased due to overproliferation of the blood vessels on the face while the latter one is cased by the direct sun damage to the skin. Otherwise also both the condition can be inter related.
For the prevention and betterment kindly follow the suggestions below:
- stay away from hot and humid climate.
- Do not scratch any skin lesion or even try to touch unnecessarily.
-Apply over the counter calamine
lotion 3-4 times a day.
-You can do cold
water compresses to reduce the intensity of itching.
-Do not scratch or rub the skin as it can lead to further aggravation.
-You can take oral anti histamine
or levocetrizine under medial advise.
- You can apply Fluticasone
cream under dermatological guidance if it is aggravated by sunlight
Despite above measures if the problem is not getting better then it is better to consult a dermatologist
for best guidance.
Hope these informations will help.
"With good health wishes"
Dr Sanjay Kumar Kanodia
MD (Dermatology & STDs)