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my face is peel off, its so itchy.. have redish.. wat shoul i do... i think this is bacause of air.?
pls help
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Hi,

Wash your face regularly with fresh water and apply calamine lotion at the site. You could take oral antihistamine or antiallergic medications for a few days.

Keep your face well moisturised and also use a mediacted sunscreen frequently.

If the lesions still persist consult your dermatologist.

Let us know how you are doing and also about what your specialist advises.

Regards.
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Hi there,

you could be allergic to something you're using on your face . . . you might try eliminating products one at a time and seeing if that helps.  I developed allergic reactions to my moisturizers and makeup, but now that I've switched to hypoallergenic products, I don't have an itchy, red face any more.

Best of luck to you.
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Hi,

ItchyM could be right about you being allergic to any of the products you are using. try stopping the products and also using products approved by your skin specialist or dermatologist.

Have you started using any new products recently or changed any of the products you were using otherwise?

How  are you doing now? Is there any improvement in your symptoms? have you been to see an allergy specialist yet?

Let us know if you have any doubts.

Regards.
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