Emollient. Leave the scab alone. You may use an emollient to soft the scabs and surrounding skin.
Chemical burns. Although burns are burns, chemical burns pose the additional problem that the insult can continue after the exposure. It is important to thoroughly wash and remove/neutralize any trace of the chemical agent. Once the area is clean, depending on the severity of the burn, treatment can be done appropriately. See a specialist.
Burn. The basis of wound care of a chemical burn is thorough washing and rinsing of the affected area. Intraoral burn are no different. Wash the area thoroughly. If there is any blackened or non-viable areas, visit the er for specialty care.
Burns. If you have suffered a chemical burn it should be evaluated I'm an urgent care. Depending on the chemical and the location determines the next treatment plans.
Face burn. Lots of moisturizer and Hydrocortisone cream should do the trick.
Wash it. First step would be copious irrigation to remove the chemical. Following that, it really depends on the extent of burn, depth of burn, location, and how long ago it occurred. For a small burn which still has feeling, is pink, you could likely use neosporin or silvadene (silver sulfadiazine). Anything deeper, more extensive should be seen by doc.
Whitener burn. The burn will heal by itself over the next week to 10 days. You may be able to hasten the healing by applying vitamin E oil. You can get vitamin E capsules and squeeze the oil out onto the burn.
How do you get rid of a chemical burn from an air bag on the hands? We used water, but she says its bringing really bad.
Go to ER. A chemical burn on the hands requires an ER visit immediately. Sometimes these are bad enough, they need to be treated at a dedicated burn unit to minimize long-term problems, but your local ER can help decide if that is necessary.