This case involves a 48-year-old male patient, with a history of hypertension, who underwent a neck lift and facial chemical peel. The patient was not given or prescribed any antibiotics after the surgery. Within a week, the patient began to complain about irritation around his temple by the right side incision. Additionally, his skin did not seem to be healing from the chemical peel. The doctor continued to advise him to wait longer to see if his condition persisted and said it was normal not to see immediate results. The patient was not prescribed any further treatment. When the patient consulted his own physician, she diagnosed him with an infection in the wound and prescribed an antibiotic for his skin. The wound and skin eventually healed but left significant scar tissue.