How do you treat a skin burn from cooking oil?

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To treat a skin burn from cooking oil is to run the area in tap water for about ten minutes. Gently pat on the area with a fresh clean cloth. Apply antibiotic ointment or cream to the affected area. These burns can heal in about 7 days with no scarring.
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