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Burning facial skin, dark areas. What is happening?

Hello. Last year i felt a burning sensation on the corner of my lip. I didn t think of it as any major issue although it was burning for most of the day and that corner was dry. When I took a look in the mirror a dark mark had appeared. The mark is still there. Today the same thing happened but it was closer to my chin . My skin was burning and now i have three large dark areas. Honestly, I am terrified and irritated by by flawed skin. What do you think is happening?
Asked On : Tue, 26 Mar 2013
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hi...thnks for posting here.If burning occuring after exposure to sun then you are suffering from sun allergy.Just cover your face while going outside,apply sunscreen and desowen cream at night,but if burning is occuring even without sun exposure then you are suffering from perioral dermatitis ,in that case you consult a dermatologist and start treatment accordingly.
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