Help for a red chest.
Since you’re only 16, I’m wondering if you might have gotten a really severe sunburn in the past few years? Generally, red chests occur as we get older if we have a natural tendency to flush or blush, have a history of serious sun damage there or if something is irritating the chest like a skin care product. So………..I’m wondering if any of these apply?
Bleaching creams do not work for a red chest and often make it worse by irritating it. One easy thing to try first, is to use all hypoallergenic gentle products for a month or two.
In general, if frequent flushing is the problem, a series of gentle IPL treatments will help, but can be expensive.