Treat minor burns with skin blisters by cooling the burn with cool water or a clean towel that is dampened with cool water for 10 to 15 minutes, recommends Mayo Clinic. Avoid breaking small blisters, but if blisters brea... More »

To treat radiation burns, keep the area clean and dry, apply a bandage for protection, and apply topical antibiotics as directed by a doctor, instructs Spine Solutions. To avoid aggravating skin damage, wear loose clothi... More »

Healthline suggests treating mild second-degree burns by running the skin under cool water for 15 minutes or longer, applying antibiotic cream to the burn and taking an over-the-counter medication, like ibuprofen, to eas... More »

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To treat mild burn injuries, alleviate pain by holding the burned area under cool water for 10 to 15 minutes, remove tight items such as rings before swelling begins, avoid breaking blisters, and apply aloe vera lotion o... More »

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Burn blisters should be treated by rinsing with cool water, cleaning with soap and water, applying an antibiotic ointment and bandaging to protect the affected skin, recommends WebMD. Arms and legs with burn blisters sho... More »

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Home remedies to treat a minor burn include holding the area under cool running water for about 15 minutes or soaking a clean towel in cool water and holding it to the burn, according to Mayo Clinic. Use cool, but not co... More »

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Treat a blistered hot water burn by cooling the burn area using cool water for about 30 minutes to lower the skin temperature and ease pain. Avoid ice or iced water because it may damage skin tissue. Remove jewelry, ring... More »

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