Your description of your problem including The medications that you have used lead me to believe that it’s a fungal or yeast infection causing your problem. It may be due to sweating and/or heat including the types of clothing that you’re wearing. I recommend that you go to a dermatologist and ask for a fungal culture and possibly a biopsy if needed. In the meantime, I would wear loose-fitting cotton clothing. Wash the area two or three times a day. Pat dry after washing the news lower on a medium setting. You might also try to use ZEASORB powder. Hopefully, these suggestions will help you.
It is very difficult to give you a complete opinion without seeing a photograph of your face from all angles. Any Dermatology News three crews feet with Botox approximately every four months or so. You might also try to use an eye cream which is labeled for use near the eyes. Many contain retinol and/or vitamin C.
I don't know your vitamin D level to begin with so I would ask your doctor if you need to supplement vitamin D and keep using sunscreen.
and seek medical attention from a dermatologist or primary care physician if it doesn't improve.
And I will be happy to answer your question more accurately. Thank you.