Yesterday I tried an at home microdermabrasion on a blemish I had on my cheek. I used baking soda and vinegar to gently scrub in a small circle over the blemish, and now I have a friction burn! It's dark brown and about the size of a nickel. I normally get these from professional microderm appointments, and they peel off in a few days, but I have to leave for a convention tomorrow and I need it to peel off SOON. How can I speed up the healing and peeling process? Warm compresses? Creams?
How Can I Get This Friction Burn on my Face from Microdermabrasion to Heal and Peel Quickly?
- 4 years ago
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