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I Have A Big Mark From Salicylic Acid Is It A Burn
Could be: Salicylic acid is the main ingredient in wart removal solutions. It acts in a direct "burn" like toxic effect on the wart & if spilled over normal skin will have the same general effect. Depending on the strength of the solution & time on the skin, it could burn several layers of skin at a time. ...Read more
I used salicylic acid to my fungus inf. I notice it doesn't burn at all. It hurts when u apply but itch gone but look the same.?
Try antifungal cream: Salacylic acid is a keratolytic (what a big word!). This means that it breaks down the skin that it's applied to. This is a nice treatment for warts or keratoses. However, for a fungal infection, the best treatment is to apply any of the athlete foot creams like Lamisil (terbinafine) or clotrimazole. ...Read more
Happy Skin: Skin is the major protection of our delicate internal tissues from a harsh environment, it is susceptible to injury itself. Sun, shaving and many chemicals are very irritating as well as constant exposure to moisture reduces protective skin oils and sets the skin up for injury. The trick is to apply good protective skin cream frequently and minimize ongoing damage. Clean it using gentle means. ...Read more
I have acid burn in my face. It was on a small bottle named "con con " (salicylic acid 25 gm & liquefied phenol 1.5 ml).
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At high concenterations salicylic acid can cause moderate chemical burn of the face. If there is accidental contact with face, wash the face with water asap, if there is blister formation one can use prescription cream like silvadene (silver sulfadiazine) but it should be checked by a doctor or in emergency department, sometimes oral antibiotic may be prescribed
treatment depends on the severity and extent of the burn. ...Read more
How to make minor facial burn for salicylic acid heal fast and avoiding post inflammatory hyper pigmentation?
Light/acid/peels: Best is to NOT self treat! Use Aquafor ointments... ...Read more
I used a 2% salicylic acid solution on my face and after one day my face is swollen, red and burning what should I do?
I have acne. I have fair-medium skin. I have been using a salicylic acid toner every night but my skin burns & stings really bad. What should I use?
I believe I have salicylic acid burn from Compound W gel. The skin around the wart is red and irritated, hurts to be touched. Intense burning?
Pimple like bumps on scalp. Not responding to dandruff or tar shampoo or salicylic acid. No flaking or burning. Occasionally itches, but never severe.
Many possibilities: Unfortunately they could be many things. Having somebody look at it in person would be the best. There are possibilities such as lice and ranging two small infections. ...Read more
Daughter17yr sebo_psoriasis on scalp, uses "coal tar & salicylic acid" twice weekly. She gets headaches, eye burning. Is it the side effect of solution?
Possibly: This is one of those problems where a visit to your doctor is necessary to figure out what's going on. Only after a thorough evaluation, including examination and possibly labs and other tests, can your doctor correctly diagnose you and treat you effectively. ...Read more
Not really.: Salicylic acid is a mild skin peeling agent that removes the top sun-damaged layers of the skin, allowing the healthier skin cells from within the hair follicles and sweat glands to resurface your skin as it heals after peel. More collagen and elastic fibers are produced, making your skin look more youthful and less wrinkled. ...Read more
These peels can be: Done every 7-14 days, it depends on your skin's response. If you have significant dryness I would suggest decreasing to once a month. ...Read more
See below: The short answer is yes (of course no if you have any history of salicylate allergy). ...Read more
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Calamine & Sal Acid: The combination of both topical medications can cause increased dryness or irritation. I would not recommend it. ...Read more
Yes but beware: Salicylic acid is a beta hydroxy acid which is used to tone the skin by removing oils from the skin and is used for acne. It can also reduce inflammatory pigmentation as found in acne. Other agents such as Kojic acid, hydroquinone, and other plant peroxides can also decrease pigmentation. 2% salicylic acid is over the counter and can dry out skin if overused, so consult with your doctor. ...Read more
Depends: Warts grow. Usually warts are treated with different methods, over the counter, and doctor medical procedures like cauterizing and cryosurgery. The response of the warts to OTC medications usually depend on how large they have gotten, small warts are more likely to respond to OTC. Warts can grow back if they aren't completely destroyed by either medication or the procedure. ...Read more
Not a good idea: Try it with the face wash first for several weeks It may cause some irritation at first and your skin needs to become tolerant of it, which can take a month or 2. It may work fine by then and you won't need more. If you don't improve with it, I would see a doc then, and see if an antibiotic for acne would be a better next step than increasing the salicylic acid. ...Read more
Can u name one of lotion product which contains salicylic acid which can be applied to face to develop complexion?
Develop complexion?: Facial medications containing salicylic acid are over-the-counter and sold in stores everywhere. They are often used to treat acne. Your question mentions "to develop complexion", but what does that mean? Everyone has a complexion - some good, some not so good, some lighter, some darker, some even, some uneven, etc... ...Read more
Can I use a cream with salicylic acid in the morning and a cleanser with salicylic acid at night? Would it be too much for my skin?
Depends: Most of these are low percentage products that have minimal direct effect. At most you would expect some drying. With these or any other skin product you test them over time. If you are excessively or reddened you cut back on the duration or frequency you apply them. If regularly scheduled applications have no side effects, this can be a good basic skin plan. ...Read more
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