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www.leaf.tv/articles/how-to-heal-chemical-relaxer-burns

Avoid chemical shampoos, conditioners, hairspray and other hair products while your burns heal. Using these products can inflame your burns. Step 4: Refrain From Scratching. While your burns are healing, it is likely that your scalp will form scabs and itch. Refrain from scratching as it can lead to infection or reopen the wound.

oureverydaylife.com/how-to-treat-a-perm-burn-12527060.html

Perms and relaxers use harsh chemicals such as lye, which work to intentionally damage your hair for a desired effect. An unfortunate side effect of the chemicals is a burning sensation when perm cream is applied directly to the skin and scalp.

skincarederm.org/scalp/scalp-burn-causes-chemical-burn-sunburn-treatment-relief

A scalp burn can be due to many of reasons including sunburn, chemicals like hair dyes, harsh hair care products allergic reactions and parasite infestation. We have the most common causes, treatments and relief remedies that will deal with an irritate and burning scalp.

www.naturallycurly.com/.../how-to-treat-a-chemical-scalp-burn

Chemical scalp burns are usually caused by hair products such as dyes, bleaches or relaxers. Scar tissue can form. The extent of the burn depends on the amount of chemical used, the amount of time the skin was exposed to the hair chemical and other factors. In this article I will explain a few ways ...

blog.blackhairplanet.com/treating-relaxer-burns

I hadn’t had a burn in years, and nothing of that magnitude. Some of the other clients offered their burn treatment tips like hairspray, hair grease, and hair gel. I wanted to treat my burns safely without further damage to my scalp or hair, and found these suggestions to be uniformed wives tales that wouldn’t offer me relief.

www.hairfinity.com/us/en/how-to-cure-chemical-burns

It may take several days to a couple of weeks before your scalp improves, so be patient. Taking care of a chemical burn is no picnic. Not only can it be unsightly depending on where your burns are, it can also affect your hair and scalp’s overall health. Try preventative measures before your next relaxer so that you never have to worry about ...

longhaircareforum.com/threads/burned-scalp-from-perm-what-to-do.343299

I have heard that emu oil is great for healing the skin. It has anti inflamatory properties. I read in an emu oil thread that a girl healed her scalp after a burn with emu oil. But it aint cheap. My first instinct would be pure vitamin E oil. I've melted the hair into my scalp before. I had scabs with the hair fused into it.

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Hello everyone! If you here it could be because your suffering from chemical or relaxer burns like me! Here are my 2 go to products for my chemical burns/ relaxer burns! Aloe Vera and Coconut Oil ...

healthfully.com/3-ways-to-treat-chemical-burns-on-scalp-10180985.html

Medical treatment for chemical scalp burns can vary widely depending on the offending chemical. If you've been burned by a hair-care product such as a dye or a bleaching agent, you can most likely treat the area with the first-aid methods described below.

standardmedia.co.ke/.../2000170352/how-to-prevent-a-scalp-burn-from-relaxer

Common cause of scalp burn is when the relaxer is left on the hair for longer than necessary. When I did my first ever perm, the hairdresser applied some petroleum jelly on the tips of my ears and ...