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Packer c

I burned myself with a hot glue gun... Not fun.... I tried tons of different remedies like aloe Vera (only lasts a little while),egg whites which burned my skin more,, and salt nothing worked till I found a bag of chamomile and mint tea bag... I soaked it in water with my burnt finger it helped a lot until the bag ripped.. I put my burnt finger into the ripped bag instant relief it felt so much better.. Also if you truly can't find anything or have nothing ( mostly works on fingers) put your burnt part on your ear lobe surplingly it helps for a while until you find something I mean who would have thought...


Okios Greek yoghurt and add a little cold water, mix it up and place hand in bowl, or cover burn with just the Oikos. My 5 year old burnt her hand on the stove, she is now happily sat with her hand in the yoghurt dipping her finger in it coz 'it's yummy' you could add strawberries and turn the pain relief into a fun snack =)


I have found egg white placed immediately on the burn, after you have run it under cold water, to take the heat out. It protects the skin as well as taking away the pain, as it is pure protein. Keep applying it at regular intervals. Also use aloe vera. I grow my own, so put the natural gel straight on to the wound.
I hope this will help. It's helping me at the moment.


A really good remedy for minor burns is butter. Run under cold water for a minute and apply some butter for relief. Hope it works for you like it does for me :)


Apply Aloe vera gel (Fresh or processed)

Karolynn Larson

I had a gnarly sunburn. I got two-three inch blisters afterwards, but soaking in icy vinegar water mixed with chamomile tea took out the burn. After a day or two I put Menthol and Aloe Vera mixed in to a gel on my blisters. Heals them and soothes the dry tightness I felt as they healed. Works like a charm. Good luck!!!!


This morning I was cooking biscuits in the oven and I needed to move them over to put hash browns in there and forgot to use an oven mitt or anything else and got first degree burns on my middle, index, and thumb finger. I looked on this website and I found the honey vanilla camomile tea bag, flour, cold water, and mustard. I tried the flour and mustard because lots of people recommended it, it felt a little better, but still stung so I tried the camomile tea bag and it only worked when the water was cold but the tea bag felt good. After a while the tea bag broke a little and I felt the inside an it felt very relieving if you don't scuffle around in the tea bag. After all that I mixed it all together in a small bowl. Mustard and flour until it's a paste, squeeze the juice out of the camomile bag, open it and pour a little bit of the tea into the paste until it's the thickness of finger paint. After you've got all that in a bowl dump a small amount of cold water in the bowl. I had to go to school in like an hour and it felt great after I left my fingers in there for about half an hour. Hope this helps anyone that's got a first degree burn.


When I was little I burnt my hand while mishandling a bag of just-popped popcorn. I was staying at a friend's house at the time and her parents weren't home. We had no idea what to do so we went into their bathroom and literally started trying random things to get the insane burning sensation to go away. While I kept my hand under the faucet, my friend rummaged through the cabinets. We tried aloe vera gel for sunburns, neosporin, toothpaste, etc. Nothing worked until my friend decided it would be funny to try her dad's shaving cream. So we did and it actually worked! Took the pain right out. I've since attempted to use my own (women's) shaving cream after burns but there is something in men's shaving cream (I've always used Gilette shave gel) that works like a charm.


Bentonite clay paste


get paw paw ointment. That stuff works the best, pain will be gone within minutes. I use it all the time for burns.

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