How to Treat Freezer Burn of Your Skin?

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A freezer burn of the skin is a mild form of frostbite. It is not terribly dangerous, but can be quite painful. Treat it by running the affected area of the skin under warm water. Make sure the water is warm, but not hot, as warming the skin up too quickly can be dangerous.
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1. Remove the cause of the burn. If a liquid acid is spilled, it is acceptable to dab the burn with towels and/or the clothing that already has the liquid on it. Do not rub the liquid
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There is no proven way to get rid of a freezer burn on your skin.
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1 Try to remove any clothing from the burnt area. If they are stuck to the skin do not attempt to remove. Cool down the area by running it under cool water for 10-20 minutes or until
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Wash it gently and apply a topical antiseptic. If it is still bleeding, apply pressure until it stops. Then cover it with a sterile bandage, or let it air dry, depending on the severity
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