I Gave Myself a 70% Chemical Peel on Saturday, I Think I May Have Used too Much on my Skin
- Asked by 1esha in Houston, TX
- 2 years ago
I gave myself a 70% chemical peel on Sat. I think I may have used too much not knowing if I put enough on. then, I let it sit for 4 mins. now my skin is burned from the peel. what can I use to help the healing process?? please help! thanks
Professional strength chemical peels are for professionals
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You should go see a specialist instead of treating yourself.
Get an appointment with a good dermatologist who specializes in aesthetic treatments, so that you can get the best care and avoid complications from you self inflicted peel.
What kind of peel?
There are many kinds of peels. Hard to know what has happened without knowing what peel and how you look but I think that you should see a dermatologist and have this taken care of properly.
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You need to see a qualified physicain
You have not indicated what kind of chemical you have used. I would suggest that you find a board certified dermatologist or plastic surgeon to make sure you are OK.
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You need to see a dermatologist or plastic surgeon skilled in peeling to help you weather this crisis. Please don't do this again. It is so easy to hurt yourself trying at-home remedies. I hope you do not have any permanent injury.
Don't do your own home peels. This is highly dangerous.
What you are describing is that you burned your own skin and now you are in trouble. I strongly advise that you immediately see a dermatologist, facial plastic surgeon, or general plastic surgeon to assess your face and determine what you need. Just because you can buy these products on-line does not mean that this is a safe or prudent thing to do. Good luck.
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