Ok i have a problem. My Fingers are constantly cracked and dry.. I have used so many products and prescription product but it seems not to work. It sometimes clear up for couple of days but when i go ...
if you have this you have what is called a 3rd degree burn and it needs to be left alone, just cover it and go to the Doctor,bursting the blister/blisters will let infection in and depending on the size of the blister's may cause you to lose what is called interstitial, and cause you more problems, needs medical intervention now.
dont toch it
don't touch it. might lead to infection. if goes very bad, see a doctor, depends on how big,,it could lead in infection. always clean the burned area with disinfectant.
leave it alone
Dont touch it for about two weeks, if it hasnt gone away by then then still leave it alone but keep rubbing antibiotic cream and it should pop itself when it is ready... that's just your body shielding itself so dont mess with it. Its its own way of curing.
Don't tough it! You'll end up with a scar.
Don't touch it. Let it burst on its own. Clean it with some disinfectant so it does not get infected because it is basically an open sore, ecpessially when it finally burst on its own.
Is there water in it? If it's been a few day I stick a needle in it and let the water come out. But if it's still real sore or hurts I'd leave it along for a few days.
don't touch it it will get infected
It depends on how big the bubble is. A large burn needs to treated at a medical facility. A small burn should be cleansed with soap and water. The skin is already irritated so do not put alcohol or peroxide on it!! Protect it with a clean dressing.I would apply triple antibiotic ointment such as neosporin. The bubble is not bodies way of protecting itself. The clear fluid inside is due to tissue damage. Try to keep the bubble intact as this will provide greater protection from infection. Your body will reabsorb the fluid in the bubble.