Burnt my facial skin because of chemical peel. How do I treat this?

See dermatologist. I would see a dermatologist about this. Peels can be dangerous yet frequently performed by persons with a weekend class. Proper aftercare will reduce the risk of this even causing scaring and pigment issues.

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Docs, could your facial skin get used to chemical peel?

No. chemical peels work on different cellular structures that hold the cells together so there is no resistance developed. However you may become more tolerant of the burning thus the peels seem milder. If your peel isn't working try a different brand or type. Read more...

Would a chemical peel help my rosacea? I am fair-skinned and I have severe rosacea. I am very unhappy with the way my face looks, especially the redness and the pimples. Can a chemical peel be used to achieve a better facial skin look for people with rosa

Typically . Typically we don't use chemical peels for rosacea. I often do perform pulsed dye laser treatment to reduce the redness and help get rid of the broken blood vessels on the surface. Combined with good medications and avoidance of triggers, laser treatment can be very effective. See a before and after picture below. Read more...
Rosacea redness. Try using honey as a wash and virgin coconut oil as a moisturizer. Use this regime for 4-5weeksand the redness should improvr. Read more...

Would a chemical peel help my rosacea? I am fair-skinned and I have severe rosacea. I am very unhappy with the way my face looks, especially the redness and the pimples. Can a chemical peel be used to achieve a better facial skin look for people with rosa

I . I agree and typically find chemical peels too harsh for rosacea patients. Avoiding triggers, preventive treatment with medications, and consideration of a v-beam laser treatment are often beneficial. Read more...
The . The international rosacea foundation (and most other experts) strongly recommend against chemical peels in rosacea patients. The reasoning for this recommendation is that chemical peels tend to increase inflammation and modify the superficial vessels in your skin (both of which are already problematic in rosacea). While you may notice temporary improvement from such treatments, your rosacea will rebound, and in all likelihood it will be worse than before the peel. I've attached a link to a mayo clinic discussion about rosacea. I hope it helps! http://www.Mayoclinic.Com/health/rosacea/ds00308. Read more...