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Toothpaste Burn On Your Face
Should not happen: There is nothing in commercially produced toothpaste that should cause burns to your face. Something else is going on here. You need to see a dermatologist to help you figure this problem out. ...Read more
Burn? .: I am not so sure if it is burned by toothpaste... Never heard of that. You might be allergic or sensitive to a component of this tooth paste, specially if it is a new brand you are using. But vaseline can not damage, since you're asking ...Read more
I used toothpaste on my face and it left a burn so what should I use to get it healed and how long will it take. Plus I need to use foundation?
Hi I have gotten acne burns on my face from using toothpaste to treat acne. How do I get these burns to heal and fade away?
I burned my face using toothpaste to get rid of a pimple now I have a weird burn and I'm going on vacation in 2 days?
Skin care: Avoid placing any other abrasive creams on your face for now. The use of the toothpaste should have dried out the pimple and your skin will need to heal by it peeling off at that spot. Keep your skin clean & hydrated and avoid any soaps that can strip your skin of its natural oils. These are needed to keep your skin hydrated and healthy as well as prevent bacteria buildup. Best of luck ...Read more
I used toothpaste on spots on my face and left it overnight. Woke up with red burns on face/used aloe vera but mark won't go away?
Keep in mouth: Was it just around your lips or did you spread it on your face? If you spread it on your face, it's more of an irritation. Toothpaste should only be used in your mouth and not on your face. ...Read more
How to heal a burnt face faster, by using a toothpaste? I have no money to buy expensive ointments, anitibiotics or any medicines. Please help me.
Natural remedies: Use natural remedies that you probably have already at home. You can use chamomile tea compresses that will calm down the skin. Not sure how severe the burn is, but stay away of make up, and creams that have many chemicals a additives. Chamomile tea compresses can be used cold or room temperature, apply on the skin for 15 min. Rinse and apply moisturizer that you know does not irritate your skin. ...Read more
I burnt my face from a toothpaste, trying to get rid of my pimples. What am I going to do to heal this within 3days? Please help me. I'm begging you.
Probably not,: Toothpaste will not burn a hickey. To be used comfortably in the mouth, toothpaste must have a ph similar to the oral environment or it will produce a burning sensation! when your friend gave you the hickey did the ph of his/her mouth produce a burning sensation on your neck or just in your heart?! ...Read more
It's not just the menthol that increases the sensitivity of the oral environment. The tars and other chemicals are irritants as well. It could also be that there is an ulcerated area related to smoking.
If you haven't seen a dentist and had an oral cancer exam within the past year, please do so soon. ...Read more
Toothpaste burn: Toothpaste can harm seen, sometimes to the point of leaving a scar. Toothpaste should never be used anywhere except in the mouth, just like you wouldn't use skin cream to brush your teeth. Please see a Dermatologist, a skin doctor, ASAP to help prevent permanent scarring. ...Read more
Toms of Maine: It is an all natural toothpaste.Get a more detailed answer ›
Stop using it: When you have allergy towards anything you should avoid using it. Please consult with your dentist to see which tooth paste is appropriate for your mouth. ...Read more
How long will a toothpaste burn on your forehead take to heal and what can I do to help it heal faster?
See a Dermatologist: This may leave a scar. And in the future please remember that it is toothpaste, not forehead paste. Please call a Dermatologist now for professional help to guide your healing process. ...Read more
No. No quick healing: Actually, putting toothpaste on a pimple isn't normal. Not sure what old wives' tale led to that. Toothpaste is primarily an abrasive silica slurry with a surfactant (sls) to create suds and Fluoride to create acid-resistant mineral substrate. Sls has allergy potential and can cause burning sensation. Try soap and warm water and/or benzoyl peroxide next time. Better yet, talk to your doctor. ...Read more
Not Recommended.: There are multiple methods for treating heartburn; toothpaste is not one of these, and this is not it's intended use. I recommend you speak with your pcp, who can likely make a quick prescription for something that will work to address your condition :). ...Read more
I put toothpaste on my nose for blackheads about 20 min. ..but it burns my nose...plz help me. ...what to do. ..in 3 days I am travelling?
TOOTH paste: As the name implies, it is meant for your teeth. So many posters write about the same same problem. In the future use products formulated for your skin. The chemical burn should clear up rather quickly if you don't irritate the tissues any further. ...Read more
I used toothpaste on my pimple and ended up with facial burn. It was borwn initially, scab fell off now a white center with browish periphery. Help pls.
Not recommended: Using toothpaste on an already inflamed pimple can cause more redness and irritation. Ask your doctor for a better solution. Take care. ...Read more
Last week I put toothpaste in my unibrow area to get rid of plentiful bumps, woke up the next day with a huge burn, its healing but don't want a scar?
TOOTHpaste: It is all in the name. The toothpaste may have caused a chemical burn in the area. In the future, use products made for the skin and keep the toothpaste in your mouth. Consult with a dermatologist regarding any blemish that may remain. ...Read more
I have this toothpaste burn on the side of my nose. It's been a day already but it's still there and no sign of peeling. How long does it take to heal and what to do. Will it last up to a month. It's small but very noticeable?
I have PPP and I was putting toothpaste to get rid of it and it kinda worked but I have only being doing it for 2 days but my penis is know hurts like burns, is half red and half normal and feels dry and looks dry with like cracks. What should I do?
Burn: Some people are more sensitive to the ingredients (flavorings, carriers, foaming agents, etc). Try a different formulation. Try small tubes of different brands/formulations until you find one that is satisfactory. Despite what they show in ads, only use a pea-sized portion of toothpaste when you brush. ...Read more