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mangomonkey mangomonkey 26-30, F 6 Answers Dec 23, 2012 in Community

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Rub it with aloe, preferably directly from the plant itself. I've always kept an Aloe plant handy for burns. Just break off a leaf, rub the goo that comes out onto your burn, and it feels better and seems to heal faster. Aloe is a pretty sturdy plant too, so even if you don't have a green thumb, it's pretty hard to kill it.

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Aloe vera is the best thing you can put on your burn to aid it with healing and reducing the scar.

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Soak it in cool water to ease the pain and just let it heal naturally; don't pop the blister(s) if you can help it.

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It was two days ago and the blister caught and popped (very yuck!)

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Just keep it clean so it doesn't get infected. The broken blister will actually heal just as well as the unbroken blister would have. It takes a really long time for the skin to regenerate and didn't it hurt like hell? OMG I can't imagine those poor souls on the burn ward with large portions of their flesh burned to a crisp. The agony!

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I put it immediately in a glass of ice.the hurt goes quickly and u dont scar.

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I stuck it under cold water but when I have done that in the past with other burns, I still scar. Will try ice next time :)

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cover it with...another scar! haha no don't do that.

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Haha! Could get creative

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