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What to do about bumps under eyes after phenol peel

I had a Hetter peel around my eyes (upper and lower lids) three weeks ago. I am dealing with bumps on my tear troughs. My doctor says to just keep putting Vaseline on my eyes and bumps and not to worry. The areas where the bumps are, are very dry. Can anyone suggest anything to help my eyes heal?

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Plastic surgeon
Miami, FL
United States
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February 20, 2015 5:39 AM

Very unusual to use phenol near eyelids. Might use Aquafor ointment. And have very close follow up with your doc. (more)
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