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 2nd degree burn help?

Answer First off, stop using ice to take away the burning effect. Ice has been proven to cause more damage to burned skin than anything. Don't use butter! That's an old wise tale, it doesn't work, and ... Read More »
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Help Second degree burn?

1. Take an aspirin2. Apply a cold wet towel but do not add aloe 3. After about 30 minutes, apply cortisone or a very small amount of aloe. If it still hurts to apply aloe, Crush a few aspirin pills... Read More »
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Is this 3rd or 2nd degree burn, plz help I am freaking out?

When they say 3rd degree is white they mean its permenetly white because the burn has gone so deep that it has damaged blood vessels so there is no blood in that part of the skin. However your burn... Read More »
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OMG, 2nd degree chemical burn on my hoo haa. Please help?

this is so sweet..it moved me to tears! i wish my boyfriend would do something like this for me! if i wasn't gay, i would stalk you and email you incessantly!
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Horrible second degree burn! please help my little brother!?

Third-degree burns occur when most of the epidermis is lost with damage to underlying ligaments, tendons and muscle. Burn victims will exhibit charring of the skin, and sometimes hard eschars will ... Read More »
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