My skin is peeling because of a mild sunburn...What should I do? Does this means my dermis was affected? Or just my epidermis? I am putting aloe vera

Epidermis. Your skin is composed of multiple layers of cells, the top of which is labeled the epidermis. These cells originate at the base layer or dermis, and are pushed upward over time. Like a brick wall pushing the bricks eventually to the top. The top cells loose their connection to each other and flake off. The burn just accelerated the loss. The skin will eventually repair itself.

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Got a sunburn on my forehead that is starting to peel and get flaky! I'm putting aloe Vera whenever I can but its so tempting to peel the dead skin.

Better to let it . Fall off on its own. You might try a moisturizer such as cetaphil or eucerin. Make sure you have a good sunblock and cover up. All the best. Read more...
Aloe and Neosporin. Seems like you are almost over First and possibly Second degree burn. Continue using the Aloe and add an antibiotic ointment OTC such as Neosporin to promote moisture and hopefully prevent a secondary skin infection. If the dead skin is truly ready to fall of , it probably won't be a problem. Probably washing the area well with soap and water will help remove the dead skin. Read more...

Scratching sunburned-peeling skin that causes fliud to come out? What is this fluid? Aloe vera after sun lotion was used beforehand.

Tissue fluid. Damaged, burned tissue exudes fluid leaking out of ruptured cells. Not dangerous. Nothing magic about aloe. Any lubricating oil or ointment will be beneficial.Water is also useful. Avoid antiseptics and antibiotics. Avoid bacitracin, neosporin, etc. Next time prepare to better protect yourself from sun damage. Read more...