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Pigmentation on neck. Turned brownish after cosmopeel. Will it settle down?

I have done a cosmopeel yesterday as I had a lot of pigmentation on my neck n have done sevral supervicial peels that make the pigmentation come back, After the cosmopeel it has become very red n looks brownish is it common n will it settle as really scared that my condition could get worse . There are no scabs or peeing as yet just a lot of redness n the pigmented parts look worse. Pls help
Asked On : Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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Hello..Thanks for the query.

It is normal for the skin to look darker after taking this peel.It is unlike the other peels where you do not see any peeling of skin.Here you will gradually see the darker part of the skin come out in the next few days.
You should take care to apply a good sunscreen and a moisturizer in the next few days very strictly for best results.In case there is irritation/redness increases/ scab formation occurs, you may consult your dermatologist for the needful.
Hope this is helpful.
Take care!
Answered: Fri, 22 Mar 2013
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