Skin Burn: If the skin is burnt then follow these measures immediately, neither irritation will hurt nor blisters will occur.

Skin Burn Remedies: A sudden drop of hot tea, coffee or milk on the skin can cause very severe burning. It often happens that when steam or hot oil splashes on the skin while working in the kitchen, sometimes the bowl of hot lentils is reversed from the dining table… that is, overall, the incident of burning due to hot food or water in daily life It can happen anytime.

What to do if something hot falls on the skin? (What to do when skin get burn)
When a hot food or drink falls on the skin, it first affects the outer layer of the skin. Due to which there is severe irritation on the skin and red marks are left. This burn is called first degree burn or superficial burn. If measures are not taken to soothe this irritation immediately, painful blisters or blisters can occur and the skin can be further damaged.

What to do immediately if skin burns?

1. Use cold water
When the skin burns, open the tap immediately and start pouring cold water. Do this for at least 10 minutes. Don’t forget to apply ice as snow gives a feeling of coolness but it limits the flow of blood, which can aggravate the problem.

2. Apply raw potato
For immediate relief on the burn area, first pour water and then immediately wash the raw potato and cut it and rub it lightly on the burnt skin. If there is no condition to rot, then immediately grate the potato and apply it on the skin like a paste. By doing this, there will be no blisters on the skin and the burning will also calm down.

3. Apply honey

4. Aloe Vera Gel 

Disclaimer: The methods, methods and claims mentioned in this article are to be taken only as suggestions, ABP News does not confirm them. Before following any such treatment/medication/diet and suggestion, please consult a doctor or relevant expert. 

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