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Peeling skin, itching after bleach and facial. Help

Hi, I did oxcy bleach and facial two days ago and my cheeks have been affected. I feel the skin is peeling off and its in white colour, its also itchy at times. I am getting married in next two weeks. Please suggest me remedy. Do help as i am very much tensed and worried, also let me know how long will it iake to get rid of this. Please Help
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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hi,thanks for writing here.Most of parlor procedures always produces some exfoliation.In fact this is dead layer of skin which is peeling off which will give brightness later,however it is always associated with dryness so we see it as white.Most of these recover within a week.You just start applying cetaphil moisturising cream with desonide cream ,do not apply soap,wash with cold water only,avoid sun exposure. I hope this will solve your problem.You need not to be worry much.
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