How to Treat Skin Burns
First-degree burns are the least serious, as only the outer layer of skin is burned. If you have a first-degree skin burn, your skin will be red and may show a bit of swelling or feel painful.
This burn should be treated as follows:
Cool the skin by running cold water on the burn until the pain subsides. If you’re nowhere near running water, use a cold pack, frozen vegetables, or even a cold soda can to cool the area. By cooling the burn, you reduce the swelling by luring the heat away from the skin. Do not use ice directly on a first-degree burn.
Bandaging is important to treat the burn as it keeps air off the burn, which can cause pain, and also protects burned skin from infection and irritation. Cover the burn with a sterile bandage that fits loosely. Gauze is ideal; fluffy cotton should be avoided as it can irritate burned skin. Do not put pressure on the burned skin.
(Beauty Tips by Dailyglow)
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