Once again, this is an EXACT “danger area” that can (often) cause problems … and, some electrologists miss, or don’t know about, the three “danger areas” on the face. I’ve seen this scenario hundreds of times in my career … so damned common!
First off, if you get a recommendation for a post-treatment remedy … ask exactly what that remedy is supposed to fix? Just throwing products on your skin (for no particular reason) is often what people suggest. If you use a product or a modality … WHY … and WHAT is it supposed to be doing?
Perhaps a savvy dermatologist can say, "Here is what happened … and, this is what we need to do.” For example, putting Neosporin or Aloe on your skin NOW, would be like changing the tires on you car after you flipped your car and were upside-down in a ditch! The remedy is a tow-truck; not an oil change!
I’m concerned, because after 3-months those “pits” are probably contraction scars (deep in the dermis) and you can only hope that they will become less noticeable (they usually do become less noticeable).
Here’s the problem (for electrologists): Chin hairs are straight-in and usually the most coarse on the face. It’s super-easy to treat all of them; without seeing overtreatment (until later). Here’s the problem (for clients): They want all those hairs gone immediately and will seldom want the area “thinned” … Clients don’t want to walk out of your office with a bunch of untreated chin bristles. So, it’s often a “perfect storm,” and the deleterious results are not wholly uncommon.
Consult with a dermatologist or (my preference) a plastic and reconstructive surgeon (not a cosmetic surgeon).