I would use hydrocortisone cream. If you live in the UK this is available at a pharmacy, but only licenced for use on the face if prescribed by a doctor. It is contra-indicated for long term use but will stop your symptoms on this occassion. In future, do a test patch before treating the whole area, and don't apply any other products for 48 hours before or after treatment. If facial hair is a problem you could look into permanent removal at a laser clinic, or go on an anti-androgen contraceptive pill like Dianette (called Diane35 in some countries). Loiloi x
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