Cooking Oil Burn Treatment?

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The severity of a cooking oil burn will determine the type of treatment that should be administered. Typically, a minor burn can be cared for by applying a antibiotic ointment after running the area under cool water. Aloe vera is also good for smaller oil burns. If the burn is over a large area of the body or has gone past a first degree burn, a person should visit their local emergency room. Skin grafts may be required in such cases.
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Hi Eugene, To answer your question I will need some more information. Where on your hand? On the "fingerprint" or palm side, back of your hand? Fingers? And were there blisters
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