What to do with minor burns pictures


We have all had a sunburn, burns from frying oils, and/or burns from cooking. While these burns hurt, there are some things you can do at home to help relieve some of the pain, and many of these things most of us have at home already, sitting on our shelves or in our cupboards. One of the best, and oldest, home remedies for burns is honey. Because water is attracted to honey, applying it to a burn will draw out the fluids and clean out the wound. Oatmeal is a great option for when our burns are healing and begin to itch. Try putting oatmeal into your bath by crumbling a cup of it, uncooked, into lukewarm water. Soak for 15 minutes, and then air dry because you want it to remain on the skin. Tea is another great remedy for burns. There are several ways to do this. One way is to put a few tea bags under running cool water and collecting the tea. Then all you have to do is dab it on the burn. If you are on the go, you can wet a couple bags and place them right on the skin, wrapping gauze around them to hold them in place. Vinegar is a great astringent, as well as an antiseptic. Dilute the vinegar with equal parts of water, and rinse the burn with it. This will help prevent an infection. Milk is a great way to relieve some of the pain that a burn causes. Simply soak the burn in the milk for about 15 minutes, or apply a soaked rag to the area. There are many things that you have right at home that can help you relieve some of the pain that a burn can cause, as well as help it heal. Try these for your burns today!

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