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الأحد، 28 يوليو 2019

Treatment of burns bubbles

Treatment of burns bubbles

Treatment of burns bubbles

Whether you burn your hand from the pan or baked cakes or spend a lot of time in the sun or poured hot coffee on you, the burns are certainly not enjoyable. Unfortunately, burns are one of the most common household injuries. The first degree is the least severe because it affects only the outer layer of the skin and usually only causes mild pain, redness and swelling. Second-degree burns affect deep layers of the skin and cause blisters and a white, wet, shiny skin. All layers of the skin may include free Class IV joints and bones. Third and fourth-degree burns are considered emergency medical conditions and must be treated only in the hospital.

Burn bubbles

Bubbles occur in the skin when burned, and you can treat most first-degree burns and second-degree burns of less than 3 inches in the home. You can also treat these bubbles because of burns. Burns are tissue damage resulting from injury or exposure. Excessive sun or any other radiation or contact with fire, chemicals, electricity or smoke inhalation.

Best home remedies for burns

Typically, moderate burn bubbles take a week or two to heal completely and usually do not cause scars. The goal of treatment is to reduce pain, prevent infection, heal the skin faster, and ways to treat burns bubbles are:


The first thing you should do when you get bubbles because of a slight burn is running cold water (not iced) on the burning area for about 20 minutes, then wash the burned area with mild soap and water.

2-Cold compresses

Cold pressure or a clean damp cloth over the burn area helps relieve pain and swelling. Apply pressure in periods of 5 to 15 minutes, and try not to use excessive cold compresses as they may cause more burning.

3 - Antibiotic ointments

Antibiotics and creams help prevent infections and reduce wound bubbles. Just place an antibacterial ointment such as Bacitracin or Neosporin on your burn and cover the wound with a sterile or sterilized piece of cloth or cloth.

4- Aloe vera plant

Cactus is often described as a "burning plant," and studies show that cactus is effective in the healing of burns from first to second degree, as well as bubbles of wounds and aloe vera is generally anti-inflammatory, promotes blood circulation and prevents the growth of bacteria, just put a layer of pure aloe vera gel taken from Leaf cactus leaves directly to the affected area, and if you bought aloe vera from the store make sure they contain a high aloe vera and avoid products that contain additives especially coloring and perfumes.


Apart from its tasty taste, honey helps to cure mild burns when used topically. Honey is an anti-inflammatory, anti-bacterial and anti-fungal product.

6 - Reduce exposure to sunlight

Do your best to avoid exposing the burn to direct sunlight, the burned skin will be very sensitive to the sun, you should keep it covered with clothes.

Wrong treatments for wounds

Exotic home remedies and old wives' tales are common for burns, but not all your grandmother says is good for you.

1. Butter and oils

Do not use butter to burn, there is no evidence to support the effectiveness of butter as a treatment burns, and furthermore may make your burning worse, and keep butter and heat can also harbor harmful bacteria can infect burning skin, contrary to popular belief does not cure coconut oil everything for the same The reason for the butter, butter should not be used in burns and oils such as coconut oil, olive oil, and cooking oils because they hold heat and can also lead to continued burning of the skin without healing. Lavender oil is said to help in the healing of burns but there is little evidence published to support this claim, And studies conducted in mice, For example, no use of lavender oil has been shown to cure burns.

2 - Egg whites

Another popular tale, such as egg whites, which carries the risk of a bacterial infection should not be placed on burning, eggs can also cause an allergic reaction to burns.

3- Toothpaste

Do not apply toothpaste to burning never, this is another popular tale without evidence supported, can irritate toothpaste burning and create a more conducive environment for infection, because toothpaste is not sterile.

Ice and very cold water can irritate the area more burns, and ice may cause cold burns if used incorrectly.

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