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Sun blister pain relief?

!!! and we can get sun poisioning! Here are some tips to relieve the pain and treat some!!! with the lanicane in it which is a pain reliever! ( After you develop the sun blisters Any Suggestions here?


  1. Christian Reply:

    Apply an antibiotic ointment to any open blisters, two to three times daily. To relieve pain and reduce inflammation, take aspirin, ibuprofen or acetaminophen. Source:

  2. Akiko Reply:

    Oct 1, 2011 sunburn. Most sunburns are first degree (red skin/no blisters) If stronger pain relief is needed, contact a physician or go to the emergency

  3. Rochelle Reply:

    First cool with ice. After cooling, cover with sterile gauze. Do not use ice, butter or ointments. Don’t break blisters. Source:

  4. Armanda Reply:

    Since there is no cure for fever blisters, it’s fortunate that they usually clear up and go away on their own in about two weeks, leaving no scars. However, their period of activity is painful and annoying. Sometimes called cold sores, they… Source:

  5. Marielle Reply:

    Try these home remedies: Suck on ice pops or ice chips. Eat ice cream or sherbet. Drink cold beverages, such as milk or ice water. Source:

  6. Lyndsay Reply:

    Any idea on how to get reconstruction and pins and s pain relief after surgery without percocets? I had surgery on my having to take these nasty right hand 5th metacarpal bone

  7. Heather Reply:

    cold water is the best first aid when you burn yourself – 20 minutes under the tap is ideal! NEVER ice or vinegar or milk or butter or mustard or toothpaste or sunscreen or semen or vaseline or tomatoes or vanilla extract or yogurt or sour cream or egg white or lavender oil or cocoa butter or salt or tea – not until the skin is fully healed! ignore anyone who advises any of these!i would advise that you cover the burnt area with sterile paraffin wax or aqueous cream bp! (check the links below and see if you can find a local equivalent)cover the burnt area in paraffin wax after cleaning and removing any burst blisters – these are just sites of infection and will take longer to heal! wash and reapply every 4-6 hours – cover with cling wrap if you wish to cover with clothes – this will stop your clothes getting covered with paraffin and maintains the burn!cling wrap alone is ok if you cant get hold of any paraffin! it also acts as a protective artificial skin – helping retain moisture and protect from further damage and pain! cling wrap is cheap and clean off the roll! in Australia ambulances often use this when someone has been burnt! – please note that cling wrap isnt always practical, like on your face!paraffin creates a seal stopping water leaving the body and reduces pain as it protects sensitised nerves! the paraffin imitates the natural oils secreted by the skin! skin cells are better able to multiply and regenerate with this treatment! pain is also helped! make sure you buy plenty of this paraffin – as the burn heals switch to aqueous cream bp!(aqueous cream has a bunch of paraffin in it plus some moisturisers – look out for stuff that also contains sorbolene or glycerine as these help also)! following this regime definitely will help your sunburn heal faster and peel less! aloe is good coz it remoisturises but that moisture can be quickly lost as the skin cant contain fluids- this is a function of healthy skin!so put aloe on, and then the paraffin on over the top as long as there is no broken skin this works great! if there is broken skin leave out the aloe – just paraffin!long term treatment to prevent scarring or loss of function due to contractures(as skin heals it can tighten reducing how much you can move – a skin graft is necessary to repair this)! daily moisturiser, daily stretches – talk to a physio, pressure bandages like tubigrip, massaging the scar! this all reduce/flatten the scar and minimise the need for further treatment/surgery! http://www!doorone!com!au/xGS-Aqueous_Cream~NS-1~linkin_id-8009837http://www!pharmacyonline!com!au/david-craig-paraffin-400g-p-1831!htmlhope this helps – let me know how you go and what similar brands/alternatives are available in your area email if you still have questions – send photos feedingthedogcustardhotmail!comfinally if you are really worried go to a hospital that has a burns unit or plastic surgeons!

  8. Graciela Reply:

    3.1 Friction blisters; 3.2 Blisters due to sunburn and most have a very high coefficient of friction (COF), but a friction management patch applied Painful blisters located on hands (palmar surface) and feet (plantar surface) are due to tissue

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