As stated below, it does appear you have rosacea or perioral dermatitis. It is best to see a dermatologist for treatment of this condition. Typically, perioral dermatitis responds to the same treatments as rosacea. Your skin care provider can develop a regimen of cleansers and prescription medicines to best address your condition. Keep in mind, it can take up to two months to see improvement after starting a regimen, so patience is key.
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From the pictures it looks like you have a bad case of Rosacea and/or Perioral dermatitis. You need to see a Dermatologist to receive Oracea as an oral antibiotic in anti-inflammatory dosages, and topical treatments with either or combination of Finacea, Metrogel, Bionect, mild cleansers, Medical Barrier restoring moisturizers and physical or inorganic sun blocks.