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How to Stop Your Face from Peeling

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It's easy to get a sunburn on your face, but not easy to get rid of the constant peeling. Preventing sunburn is the best option, but sometimes you will end up with a sunburn on your face anyway. If you do, it may take two to four days to heal. Taking care of your skin after the burn will help prevent peeling and shorten the duration of the peeling. Sometimes your skin will peel without sunburn due to dryness or dehydration. You can also use several simple techniques to help stop or reduce peeling from these causes.

Steps

Preventing Sunburn to Your Face

  1. Wear sunscreen.Whenever you go outside in the sun, be sure to wear sunscreen on your face. Make sure to use a broad-spectrum sunscreen with UVA and UVB coverage and an SPF of at least 30 to ensure you are protected.
    • Be sure to apply sunscreen at least fifteen minutes before going outside.
    • Remember to apply sunscreen to your neck and ears.
    • Reapply sunscreen every two hours, while in the sun. Sunscreen wears off rather quickly, especially if you are sweating, or in the water. Reapply regularly.
    • If you are going to get wet or sweat heavily, look for a water-proof sunscreen.
  2. Limit your time in the sun.If possible, take frequent breaks in the shade. Limiting your time in the sun greatly reduces your chance of sunburn.
    • Stay out of the sun when its rays are strongest, between 10am to 4pm.
  3. Wear a hat or other clothing that can shade your face.Large-brimmed hats will help keep the sun out of your face.
    • Also wear sunglasses with UV-blocking lenses. They will help protect your eyes and the delicate skin surrounding them. UV exposure can lead to cataracts or macular degeneration.

Soothing Your Symptoms

  1. Gently wipe your face down with a cold, damp washcloth.Press against irritated areas for five to ten minutes morning and evening.
    • Do not scrub hard. You will risk doing damage to the burned area and actually worsening the peeling.
    • "Cold packing" your burns this way will help keep your skin temperature down and reduce pain.
  2. Take a cool shower or bath.Keeping the burn cool will help reduce pain and help the peeling end more quickly.
    • Keep the peeling area clean, but be very gentle when washing.
  3. Apply aloe vera to the peelings area.Aloe vera can help to heal burned skin.
    • Aloe vera is available at most drug stores and supermarkets.
    • When applying aloe vera to you face, be careful to avoid getting it in your eyes.
    • If you have a green thumb, consider buying an aloe vera plant for your garden or to keep in your home. Aloe plants are easy to grow and you can use the juice from a leaf to soothe a sunburn.

Ending the Peeling

  1. Drink lots of water.Keeping your skin hydrated is an important part of recovering from peeling skin due to sunburn.
    • Dehydration will prevent your skin from fully healing.
    • Drink regularly throughout the day.
  2. Take over-the-counter medication to reduce swelling.Reducing swelling will help your skin heal more quickly.
    • Always read the directions on medication carefully, and always take the medication only as directed.
    • Options include acetaminophen and ibuprofen.
    • General guidelines are as follows: for ibuprofen, take 400 – 800 mg every six hours as needed (max dose 3,200 mg/day); for acetaminophen, take 650 mg every four to six hours (max dose 3,250 mg/day).
  3. Use a medicated topical cream.Medicated creams can also help prevent swelling and reduce pain.
    • Use cream with vitamins D and/or E. Studies are inconclusive, but some suggest they may help prevent skin damage.
    • Topical diclofenac gel has been effective in reducing pain and inflammation from sunburn.

Stopping Peeling Not From Sunburn

  1. Stay hydrated.A common cause of peeling skin is simple dehydration. You want to make sure you don’t have dry skin. Make sure to drink lots of water to rehydrate. This might even be enough to solve the problem.
    • You can also consider sports drinks, but look for low-sugar options or dilute them with water.
    • While trying to rehydrate, avoid caffeinated drinks. Although they will not further dehydrate you, water will help you rehydrate more quickly.
  2. Use a facial moisturizer.Keep your face moisturized by using a cream specifically for this purpose.
    • Do not over-apply your moisturizer. Use a small amount, and apply by rubbing in small circles.
    • Make sure you use a moisturizerspecifically designed for facial use.Your facial skin is different, and more sensitive, than the rest of the skin on your body. Using lotions or creams designed for your body can cause clogged pores.
  3. Avoid picking and peeling at all costs.Although it can be difficult to avoid picking at your skin when it is peeling, this only makes it worse.
    • Picking at your skin can cause further damage, delay healing and cause your peeling skin to hurt more. It can also leave you open to infection.

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  • Question
    My face is peeling for a long time what should I do?

    Family Medicine Physician
    Dr. Matsko is a retired Physician in Pennsylvania. He received his M.D. from the Temple University School of Medicine in 2007.
    Family Medicine Physician
    Expert Answer
    Moisturize! Find a moisturizer that is suitable for your skin type and moisturize often, especially right after a shower when your skin is still damp.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    My entire back is peeling due to sunburn, it there any way to stop it or make it go away faster?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Applying aloe vera gel or cream will definitely soothe it and speed up the recovery. You may also want to apply a simple moisturizer.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    I over exfoliated my face and now it's been peeling. It is irritating! What do I do?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Aloe vera should stop the itching. Try not to pick at it. You can also add moisturizer, but leave it alone as much as possible, as it will heal faster.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    The skin is peeling on my nose because I popped a pimple there. What should I do?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Just leave it alone as much as possible. Wash and moisturize your face regularly. Be gentle around the area until it's healed.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    My face is peeling because I used some medicine my dermatologist recommended. What should I do?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Contact your dermatologist and tell them what's happening with the medication. They'll probably have you discontinue use and may prescribe you something different instead.
    Thanks!
  • Question
    My face is peeling from sunburns. I pick and peel them and scrub my face, but what else can I do?
    wikiHow Contributor
    Community Answer
    Stop picking and peeling them! Also, do not scrub. Wash gently, moisturize, apply aloe vera, hydrate, and be patient.
    Thanks!
Unanswered Questions
  • Why did aloe make my nose burn when I put it on peeling skin?
  • Why did my nose burn when I applied aloe to the peeling skin?
  • How do I prevent getting freckles? I don't want to stop the peeling, because I'm afraid I will get freckles.
  • The area near my nose is peeling off in small amounts.how long it will be and what should I do?
  • How do I stop my face from peeling from using cream incorrectly?
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Warnings

  • Do not pick, scratch, or try to peel off the peeling skin. It will cause redness, marks, and possibly bleeding.
  • Skin peeling that refuses to heal could be the sign of a number of serious illnesses. Consult a doctor if the peeling does not stop.





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