I went tanning after a microderm and now i have nude bumps all over my face and red blotches. Help- what do i do?

I had a mircoderm done on Sunday. Monday night i went tanning and i didn't know i wasnt supposed to until now. I read that you are not supposed to have sun exposure for atleast 7 days. I am scared i ruined my skin. What do i do? Please help.

Doctor Answers 3

Tanning after Microdermabrasion

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Tanning beds can prove to be dangerous for the skin increasing the risks of Cancer. The bumps should go with time and gentle exfoliation. 
Hope this helps.

Birmingham Plastic Surgeon
4.8 out of 5 stars 100 reviews

Nude Bumps

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These should resolve over time on their own.  Indoor tanning beds are very dangerous and unhealthy.  I understand the desire to have a nice bronze glow, please consider a self-tanner.  Making this switch will reduce your chances of premature aging as well as serious and possibly deadly skin cancers including melanoma, squamous cell cancer as well as basal cell cancer.  Regards.

Tanning after microderm

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This will eventually go away but good lesson Never go to a tanning bed as they increase chance of cancer including melanoma, cataracts, reacts with medicine soap and lotions They are very dangerous

Melvin Elson, MD
Nashville Dermatologist
5.0 out of 5 stars 7 reviews

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