I've heard that people with Asthma can get problems from cologne and one of my sisters had a minor skin problem on her neck after dabbing a little bit of Tommy Girl to it. I once had my face swollen from either Jade Green or a copper paint spray can, and eliminated both immediately! Then the outside of my eyes had been swollen badly, and the eyes were red. Until now, I had not heard about eyes being affected directly.
Don't be frustrated if perfumes did in fact cause the problem. When you know your enemy you can fight, or evade him at least! If you have a lot of courage you can go back to your scents which are in question and try them one by one and with pauses in between. (far away from your face and ea. for more than a day, provided there are no negative effects). It is quite possible that the allergen (or whatever) is contained in one frag only, and you would have to only drop that one. Also you might find out, that you have no problems as long as your colognes do not have contact with your skin. The permeation of scented material through the skin and into our blood and lymphal system is a known fact. The question is how much of any perfume the system can accumulate without endangering our health.
I wouldn't recommend re-application of scents without a specialist surveying such experiments.