According to WebMD, rug burns are also referred to as friction burns, and in most cases they can easily be treated by cleaning the burn with soap and cool water and covering it with a light gauze. Rug burns that contain ... More »

The best treatment for a burn depends on the severity of the damage to the skin, according to Healthline. Patients can treat minor burns by soaking the burnt body parts in cool water for about five minutes and applying a... More »

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To treat Nair burns, rinse the Nair from the affected area with cold water. Treat redness with an ointment that contains 1 percent hydrocortisone cream. Anti-inflammatory drugs, such as Ibuprofen and acetaminophen, may r... More »

According to Mayo Clinic, it is advised to treat a minor burn, including first- and second-degree burns, with cool water and a sterile gauze bandage. For severe burns, call 911 and cover the burn with moist, cool washclo... More »

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For minor burns from heat or flame, WebMD recommends cooling the burn with cool running water or compresses. Cover the burn with a clean cloth or sterile non-stick bandage and treat pain with over-the counter pain medica... 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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Plastic surgery is an option for removing burn scars, especially severe burns that limit a person’s mobility, look cosmetically unappealing or cause loss of sensation, according to WebMD. A severe wound requires debridin... More »

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