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Minor Burns

How to Treat a Blister Burn

A burn blister typically forms after a partial thickness burn, formerly known as a second-degree burn. With these burns, the tissu...

How to Treat a Chemical Peel Burn

Chemical peels are a common type of beauty treatment that can be used to treat age spots, some scars and other areas of unusual pi...

How to Treat Burned or Irritated Skin From Benzoyl Peroxide

Benzoyl peroxide is an ingredient in topical acne medications. The medication reduces oil production and inflammation and kills ba...

How to Treat a Second Degree Burn

A second degree burn reaches through the epidermis to damage the dermis below. If the second degree burn is over a small area, les...

How to Treat a Minor Burn on a Baby

Just because you know that your baby shouldn't touch that hot pot on the stove doesn't mean your baby does. If your baby h...

How to Treat a Rug Burn

A rug burn is a common type of friction burn. The injury occurs when friction between your skin and a rough carpet surface rubs of...

Treatments for a Facial Sunburn

A sunburn is a common reaction of the skin to prolonged exposure to the sun. Unless there are blisters or other signs of a second-...

How to Treat a Burn on a Toddler

Toddlers most often receive first-degree burns from touching hot items, unaware of the risk, but may also face situations where th...

How to Treat a Kitchen Burn

A kitchen burn from steam, hot liquids or direct contact with the burner or pot may be mild or severe. A first-degree burn does no...

How to Treat a Curling Iron Burn

Many curling irons on the market reach extreme temperatures, and accidental contact with areas besides the hair can cause burns. I...
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