The burns can be first, second and third degree. Which burn treatment will be used depends on what degree is injury.
Also burns can be from:
- hot, boiling liquids
- chemical burns
- electrical burns
- fires, including flames from matches, candles, and lighters
- sun exposure
First degree burns
Burns are the most common. They heppen when you have contact with hot items, and the sun. You can treat your first degree burn at home, because usually these burns no need for expert medical treatment burn. First degree burns usually heal within two to six days.
Second degree burns
This burns are a little more serious injuries and sometimes require professional help.
Your skin will be blotchy, blisters will form, and the pain will be much more intense than at the first degree burn. If you have blisters, don’t drain them. If the blister is drained, keep it clean by rinsing with water and swabbing with antibacterial ointment. If your burn is wider than three inches or doesn’t heal over several weeks, you should call for medical treatment burn.
Third degree burns
The most difficult are third degree, destruction of all layers of the skin and damage to tissues underneath. This can lead to shock or even death. If you unfortunately get these burns immediately call help for medical treatment burn.
Here are some tips on how to naturally treat yours burns:
It is probably the most powerful natural burn treatment against burns. Coat the egg white on burn skin and pain will quickly disappear.
When the egg whites becomes dry, repeat the procedure. Be sure that the eggs are fresh, that bacteria can enter through damaged skin.
Immediately cool the burn area under cold running water until the skin returns to normal temperature, but not use ice because you’ll only make it worse.
Let the water flow for about half an hour.
Lavender oil burn treatment
Mix 1 teaspoon of pure lavender essential oil into about 2 ounces of water in a misting bottle. Shake and mist burned skin lightly as often as needed.
Vitamin C and E
Vitamin C promotes wound healing and the production of collagen, the base material for new skin. Vitamin E is an antioxidant that helps repair and protect your skin. To speed the healing of a burn, one home remedy is to eat foods rich in vitamins C and E or take 2,000 milligrams of vitamin C and 1,000 IU of vitamin E for a week after burn.
Burn treatment with coffee
Moisten hands with cold water then sprinkle ground coffee on burn place. This will feel strong, but brief pain. This procedure you should repeat until the coffee no longer hurts.
Tomatoes and potatoes
These two vegetables contain acids that reduce the chance appearance of blisters and also releasing pain.
Juice of onion
It is popular among professional chefs who are preparing meals often meet with burns. Cut the onion and put it on the burned skin.
You number 1 choice of home burn treatment is black tea bag, because it has tannic acid, which can aid in drawing the heat from the burns.
To use tea bag for burns, simply place 2-3 tea bags in cool water, then collect the tea in small bowl, and carefully put the tea bag in the burn site.
Sour yogurt for burn treatment
Well chilled yogurt put on burn skin and leave for 15 minutes, repeat this several times. This burn treatmant is great for injury of exposure to the sun.
Put honey on skin because it contains powerful natural ingredients that will quickly regretting painful area of your skin.
With this honey treatment you will reduces the chance of a scar. Honey burn treatment pulls fluid from the tissues. Wraps with honey replace every 3-4 hours.
Add a cup of oats to bath water and soak for 20 minutes to soothe a large burn. For smaller burn treatment, add some oats to a small bowl of water and soak the affected area.
Scars are a complication of all burns, but if you youse above listed burn treatment you will reduces the possibility.
Regardless of the degree look for professional burn treatment at electrical or chemical burns, burns of the face, genitals and if the person is under 3 or over 65 years old.