Please help to diagnose this skin condition

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Hi All,

Can someone please look at the below photos and tell me what condition this is? My chin feels extremely tight and slightly sore. I had this for years now and its really making me depressed.

Thanks for looking.

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    Hi Phil

    It is quite difficult to see clearly.

    Have you asked a doctor about it?

    What have you put on it?

    Can you describe it a little for me? Is it blistered or just open and, does it recover and return or just never go away?

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    It never goes aways iv had this for at least 5 years now and i feel very depressed by it.

    It extremely tight and red/sore. Skin appears to flake off now and again dont know why it doesnt seem to get better.

    I have tryed many things such as tetracycline, metrogel, pimecrolimus cream.

    some more shots of it here:

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    I have approved the links to the pictures but you can now upload images directly into the forums using the right hand icon at the top of the reply box next to the B etc icons.



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    does anyone body have any suggestions?

    I have seen many dermatologists, most of which dont know what it actually is.

    Some have suggested perioral dermatitis,rosacea etc

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      Sorry, my browser kept crashing!

      I don't know what you do with your beard if you are going to put a dressing on a lesion for about a fortnight or so. 

      Have you looked at  This is an excellent site for skin problems and it also offers other links

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