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Phlorence_602

Can anyone tell me what to do?

Well, I have spots on my skin, due to allergies.
So, I scratched one, and now it's bleeding.
Can anyone tell me any home remedies I can put on, so it'll stop bleeding?

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alcohol.

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Hell yeah! star to you :)
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thatoneguy97

An bandage?

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Just wash it with bodywash or handsoap and put on light moisturizer, and take an antihistamine.

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Try using some magic hair!! Thats what I always do!

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sorry :(
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I sorta liked it
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thanks
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Lol ok
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:) or (: they are both smileys! !
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Wash the spot, disinfect, and throw a little baby powder or cornstarch on it.

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Phlorence_602
Thank you
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You're welcome :) pressure works too for cuts and such, but for scratches and more "open" injuries, baby powder helps better to start the clotting.
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yay!
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Wash it and put some Vaseline on it.
It's an old boxing trick its how they stem bleeding during a fight I'm sure it will work great for you

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Apply pressure

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Be sure to clean it and then bandaged it to keep it from getting infected.

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Retinol cream and high potency Vit. E. cream, like 25,000 IU. If that doesn't heal it, nothing probably will. You should probably have acted when the spots appeared.

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Clean it up gently, little bit of antibiotic ointment on a bandage, and put the bandage on somewhat tight, to keep it from chaffing. Try to avoid chaffing with the others

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