|burn to forearm from touching hot metal|
Either way I'm sure majority, if not all people, have burned themselves while cooking at some point in their lives - maybe even do it often (I do!).
We've all heard of the standard remedies; run cold water on the burn, apply butter, don't apply butter...
What works and what doesn't?
Soothing Salve works and the relief is almost instant. Just dab a small amount on the burn straight away (or as soon as you can) for that soothing relief. If the burn starts to sting again later on in the day apply another dab of Soothing Slave - you don't need much. Continue to apply some salve whenever the burn stings. Though in many cases one application is enough to soothe from the get go.
When your burn gets to the stage where it's healing and is becoming itchy this is the time to apply Skin Serum with it's skin healing, regenerative properties. Itching is a sign the skin is scabbing over and doing it's own healing and repair, however, applying Skin Serum minimises scaring and stops the itch, while the essential oils in the serum aid with skin regeneration so your wound heals faster.
Any questions? We're happy to help.