Awesome 10 Skin Discoloration After Second Degree Burn
Background. When your body is exposed to the sun for too long, it suffers severe burns and as a result, your skin starts to peel. After new skin grew back it was bright pink for 8 months.
The burn site appears red, blistered, and may be swollen and painful. The key here is that blisters will form. Argyria is gray discoloration of the skin.
They occur after repeated or chronic sun exposure.
Second degree burns damage the first two layers of your skin. If you have fair skin, this condition can seem much worse. Fourth degree burns damage every layer of skin and the tissues underneath, such as fat or muscle. After healing, skin may be discolored.