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    **Marie Miguel** Female

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    Default Scar from burn

    So when I was cooking wagyu, the cooking oil splashed to my left hand and half of it got burned. I bought an ointment over the counter but of course, the scar remains on my hand. What could be the fastest way to lighten up the dark scar?

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    **Deepak Ghimire** Male

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    nightly application of cream containing hydroquione and tretnoin will work wonder

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    **Suruchi Puri** Female

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    Burns can arise while someone's pores and skin touches something too hot, gets scalded with boiling water, is overexposed to the sun, sure chemical substances, or maybe electricity.

    For the duration of the recuperation manner, scars often form. Scars, that are areas of thick, discolored pores and skin, frequently develop after broken pores and skin reasons cells to die. The body produces a protein called collagen to restore the broken skin, which ends up in a scar.

    Burn scars can be big or small relying on how lots of the skin is damaged. The severity of the burn will decide whether or not those scars will fade or stay completely seen.

    In this newsletter, we look at which forms of burn are much more likely to scar, a way to lessen burn scars, and how to prevent long-term scarring from a current burn.

    Rinse the burn area in cool or lukewarm water.
    Use a sterile tongue depressor to apply antibiotic ointment to the burn.
    Cover the burn with a nonstick bandage and then place gauze around it.
    Stretch the burned area for a few minutes each day to prevent a contracture.

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