After I undergo chemical peeling on my legs, when my skin peel I have this red humps more like rashes and its very itchy, is it normal?

Possibly. It's common to have some redness and peeling after a chemical peel (like a sunburn) which can last 5-7 days or longer depending on what kind of peel was performed. But sometimes allergic reactions or infection can occur after a peel so it's important to check with your doctor to see if the reaction you're having is normal. You should receive instructions on how to take care of your skin after peel.

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Itchy rash just between thigh and my genital area. Now it's dry and skin are peeling off. The area with rash has widen and darken. Very itchy. Fungus?

Fungus. Most probably. Try anti fungal cream and see if it helps. Read more...
Possible. The area involved is suggestive of a fungal infection but one cannot rule out completely a contact allergy. If topical antifungal and steroid cream failed, see a dermatologist. Read more...
Probably. This is most likely a dermatomycosis (superficial skin fungal infection), but without seeing it cannot diagnose. Most family doctors will recognize this immediately if it is what i think, and treatment can begin right away. Go and see your family doctor. Read more...

I have a rash in between my legs that is my thigh. .. It's all red and my skin is peeling out. It's itchy and it's red. ... I used some daktrine gel?

Fungal? I do not know what daktrine gel is, but the two things that come to mind are a fungal infection or an allergic reaction to the medicine. If you think the gel led to the rash, then stop the gel and try a steroid cream. If the rash preceded the medicine, then consider a trial of an anti fungal cream or a visit to your doctor. Read more...

My skin in leg is very itchy. Also when I scratch the dead skin peel off. Now my skin is like a snake?

Hard to say. Without seeing your skin. It may be that you have simple dry skin(xerosis). When it gets more severe it can make the skin appear like a snake or cracked porcelain. You may want to try a good emollient(hydrating lotion). But it could be other things like a form of eczema, which may also benefit from a steroid cream. Please consider seeing your doctor for more treatment options. Read more...
Ichthyosis vulgaris. Ichthyosis vulgaris is an inherited skin disorder in which dead skin cells accumulate in thick, dry scales on your skin's surface. Symptoms usually worsen or are more pronounced in cold, dry environments and tend to improve or even resolve in warm, humid environments.The experts at the Mayo Clinic suggest using moisturizers with urea or propylene glycol—even simple petroleum jelly. For best results, apply directly after bathing or swimming (Mayo). Using moisturizing, fragrance- and dye-free soaps can also help. Read more...

On tretinoin. 5% cream nightly for one week. Face and neck have been red and hot and VERY itchy. Some peeling? Normal? What gives...

REaction to med. Some redness, dryness and peeling is common with tretinoin, but it sounds like you are pretty sensitive to the product. I recommend that you stop the treatment for a week or so, until symtpoms subside, and restart with a smaller quantity and use it every other day. Also, apply to dry skin rather than just after bathing. 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...