1. I need to see an Allergy Specialist. I did this when I was a kid, the results of my skin test landed me in a situation where I needed allergy shots twice a week for two years, an immunotherapy referred to as Hyposensitization. While other kids had piano lessons or dance class after school, I sat in a doctor's office Tuesdays and Thursdays waiting for the nurse to measure my allergic reaction to the shot I was given 30 minutes earlier. I hate allergy tests (but not needles, I had to get over that quickly).
2. I cannot put anything on my face/body that I wouldn't put directly in my mouth. But really isn't this just common sense? If our skin is our largest organ, and anything you put on it can and will affect you eventually beneath it's surface, shouldn't we be conscientious about what is in the product we are putting on/in our bodies?
Admittedly I am not hyped about seeing a specialist. So until I do, I'm sticking to Chap Stick brand lip balm (the black label), incidentally my favorite gift on my 3rd birthday many years ago. And for my face, this at night:
and this during the day: