How Do You Get Your Fingers to Stop Burning after Cutting Hot Peppers?

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To get your fingers to stop burning after you cut hot peppers, you can either dip them in milk, or you can run them under cold water. You can also put them in ice water as well.
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1. Wash your hands thoroughly with dish detergent to remove all traces of the peppers. 2. Soak a small towel with rubbing alcohol, and dab it over the affected areas. 3. Fill a bowl
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Rubbing alcohol is supposed to cut the oil,
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LOL ....Wash your hands well and apply body lotion on it. Use gloves and put some on the penis. Use ice to cool the area that is burning. Do not touch penis again even after washing
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The chemical (capsaicin) that causes the burn is fat soluble. Whole milk, buttered bread will work better than water or soda. If if really, really burns, I recommend eating some good
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