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How To Treat A Chemical Burn
Aquaphor Ointment: Mr. Clean's magic eraser doesn't actually contain any bleach or other chemicals. It is made of a fiber called melamine, and is essentially like a very, very, very fine sandpaper or brillo pad. So if you have a burn from a magic eraser pad, it's likely because you "sanded" off your top layer of skin. Try covering it with a thin layer of aquaphor healing ointment while the skin grows back. ...Read more
Stop using it: Avoid nair if you got a chemical burn. Consider using an electric trimmer or just letting the hair grow back. If you are trying to heal it, first use gentle soap and water to get all nair off, then treat like any other burn. Aloe, vitamin e, and antibiotic ointment are popular treatment options. Keep the affected area out of the sun, or permanent discoloration may occur. ...Read more
Different treatments: Some drugs like genzar cause irritation to the veins. Often these are treated with warm soaks after the veins become firm. Other drugs are called vesicants. These cause problems if they get into other tissues. There are several treatments depending on the drug. The past plan is to avoid the problem with a port that is placed in a large blood vessel. ...Read more
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