Time will heal that for sure, just be super gentle to your skin, don't over dry it ever, and maybe use the towel method (not a fabricky shower type towel as this will suckered out your sebum and cause drying, dry skindoesnt heal, and moisturizers aren't anywhere near as effective as your own oil for healing. Use a soft smooth hand towels, fold it when you wake up with the side you put your face on folded to the inside, and place in dresser. Change towel every 2-3 days) only use a moisturizer if you feel dry after washing your face, and try to use while skinis is still very slightly damp. Better not to use if you don't have to tho Imo. a,so, and although I'll probably get some slack for this, but if you haven't taken antibiotics for awhile, get a fair amount of sunlight on your face, nothing to the point of burning, but get some for sure, life doest exist without the damn sun, we are designed to need it, without it you are unhealthy. Antibiotics make you sensitive to sun so avoid unless you've been off them for awhile (at least a month) this is all I can think of. DO NOT attempt any abrasive maneuvers, like chemical peels or microdermabrasion, your skin is still very sensitive, why risk it? Then best part about not taking any action to heal the redness is it most like WILL resolve in time (although this will take quite awhile, expect maybe 2 years) but it will get better and better every day your gentle to your skin.