Yes, at first this may sound like angular cheilitis. However, you have noted that the rash appeared in other parts of your body as well. This may be a bacterial infection or a viral infection. Impetigo is contagious and may form blisters over the skin. The blisters may present as clear vesicles that contain clear fluid. However, these vesicles may pop and form yellowish crusts and blisters. HSV type 1 infections also may present as clear vesicles on reddish bumps on the skin. It is best to have this assessed early on as we are considering infectious skin conditions as differentials here. Cover exposed areas with a sterile gauze specially those involving the fingers or palms to avoid infecting other parts of the body.
The "rash" hasn't spread anywhere in the last 2 days. My blisters are the size of the tip of a ball point pen, you can only see them if you look closely or feel the area. Could this maybe be a type of eczema?
You have blisters in the corner of ur mouth? hm here's a question do you drool at night because i do. 1 morning i woke up and the corner of my mouth was wet so i scratched it. It started to itch and burn and in 5 mins it turned in to small blisters that contain clear fluid. After the blisters poped it formed yellowish crust/brown crust over. But... it was only at the corner of my mouth, no where on my lip, chin, or anywhere else on my face or body. The scary thing is that cold sores can do the same but if it's only at the corner than it might not be herpes but a bacteria infection. Anyways if a doctor comes back on this question can you comfirm what the blisters could have been?