Most minor burns will heal on their own, and home treatment is usually all that is
needed to relieve your symptoms and promote healing. But if you suspect you ...
Jun 22, 2016 ... Second-degree burns go one layer deeper than first-degree burns. The skin will:
Blister; Turn red; Usually swell; Usually be painful. Treat a ...
Jan 20, 2015 ... The right burn wound treatment can vary vastly depending on the severity of your
burn and the size of the wound.
Apr 26, 2016 ... First-degree burns are usually treated with home care. Healing time may be
quicker the sooner you treat the burn. Treatments for a first-degree ...
For minor burns: Cool the burn to help soothe the pain. Hold the burned area
under cool (not cold) running water for 10 to 15 minutes or until the pain eases.
(Those same soothing compounds make tea a great home remedy for toothaches
and many other conditions.) Treat the burn by placing two or three cool, wet ...
Nov 18, 2016 ... How to Treat Minor Burns. A burn is an injury to tissues from direct contact with or
exposure to thermal (fire, steam, hot liquids, hot objects), ...
Mar 17, 2014 ... Some burns can be treated at home, but others need a doctor's care. Here's how
to tell the difference, plus tips to treat burn pain.
Treating minor burns. To treat superficial (minor) burns at home, follow the advice
below. Cool the skin with running cool or tepid water for at least 10 minutes, ...