What Do You Do When Hydrogen Peroxide Burns Skin?

Answer

Because hydrogen peroxide is an aggressive oxidizing agent, it can corrode many materials, including skin. Severe third-degree skin burns can result, causing blisters. The best way to treat the burn is to clean the skin with a mild soap and place antibiotic ointment and a bandage over the affected area.
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