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Healing Help For Chemical Burns

Slightly Burned Scalp. Help!

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I touched up my hair roots today at the hair salon. However, I think she probably didn't do it properly or something, and applied the dye over my hair line to my skin. Now I have a two small chemical burns on my hairline. Nothing drastic, but it's a bit painful and unsightly to me. I applied aloe vera gel on it and it stings bit. Is there anything else I can do to make it heal faster?

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kaykayelle kaykayelle 6 years
Mederma helps with scars, might work on this. Or maybe later after it's healed, if it leaves a mark? I probably wouldn't put Mederma on an 'open' wound, but it is kind of a miracle healer.
Advah Advah 6 years
Shea butter! If you can find some real shea butter (I'd recommend health stores and L'Occitane that also does lipbalm size ones, so you get almost pure butter) it's incredibly soothing, moisturising and really helps with burnt skin. It's also super good for sunburns for instance.
lostmascara lostmascara 6 years
Ouch :(Sometimes I chill a used green tea bag then leave it on the burn for a minute then switch sides when it gets warm.Usually I will just use aloe vera and cold water if I can though. sorry if this isn't much help.
lostmascara lostmascara 6 years
Ouch :( Sometimes I chill a used green tea bag then leave it on the burn for a minute then switch sides when it gets warm. Usually I will just use aloe vera and cold water if I can though. sorry if this isn't much help.
Ellenora Ellenora 6 years
Neosporin and I've found Burt's Bee's Res-Q Ointment works wonders on burns.
ModernGraceKelly ModernGraceKelly 6 years
Ouch Neosporin with pain relief works.
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