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 Is this considered a chemical burn, or frostbite?

Answer I would class it as frost bite, so a burn caused by the cold. I wouldn't expect it to get worse no, as it is it is just a 1st degree burn which will just need to be run under cold water (I know tha... Read More »
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How to get rid of ice burn/ frostbite?

It'll start to get scaly and eventually peel off, kind of like a sunburn. You'll have some new pink skin growing in which will eventually blend in with the rest of the area. There's really nothing ... Read More »
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Ice and salt, is that a burn or frostbite?

When you make home made ice cream, you put salt on the ice because it makes it get colder. Therefore your boyfriend has frostbite.
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How do I treat a chemical burn?

Simple enough to treat :DRemove from the chemical (which you did ) Wash in copious amounts of water .. If it is still red and inflamed in am call your DR . Yes I know it is a holiday but they have ... Read More »
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How to Treat a Chemical Burn?

Chemical burns can be caused by anything which gives a reaction to the skin - this can both be severe or mild. Different chemical burns should be treated differently. Before you treat a burn, using... Read More »
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