Many hormones and their structural and functional analogs are used as medication . The most commonly prescribed hormones are estrogens and progestogens (as methods of hormonal contraception and as HRT ),  thyroxine (as levothyroxine , for hypothyroidism ) and steroids (for autoimmune diseases and several respiratory disorders ). Insulin is used by many diabetics . Local preparations for use in otolaryngology often contain pharmacologic equivalents of adrenaline , while steroid and vitamin D creams are used extensively in dermatological practice.
Hello I get this and it's awful. Agree Eczema on actual eyelids and blepharitis are totally different. My DP is a GP and gets me to use 1% steroid applied very sparingly, and only for a few days at a time. In between I now use diprobase daily and don't ever wear eyeshadow, am saving a fortune on expensive eye creams and make up. I haven't had a flare up for ages- at first tingling I tend to slap on loads of diprobase and hide in the house and 9 times out of 10 that does the trick ( realize this may not always be practical' sunglasses also helpful)