How To Click Black Exhaust On The Skin?
Hello, I just got exhausted. and my skin turned black and then swelled with liquid. then accidentally broke, there was a tear in the skin. Should I peel off the torn skin or just leave it alone?
A wound from a hot exhaust is a burn. Burns can cause complaints in the form of red, swollen, blistered, watery skin, to more severe burns that are black in color and to damage nerve, muscle, or bone tissue.
When a burn occurs, the first treatment at home is to run clean water at regular temperature for 20-30 minutes. Try to keep the area clean of clothing or accessories. If the wound is minor and it is not extensive, you can apply a burn ointment that is sold in pharmacies. If there are bubbles / blisters, try not to break them.
In your case, if the blister / blister has burst, then there will be an open wound that could potentially become infected. If this happens, I suggest that you check with your doctor in person first so that you can do an examination and be given further wound care. Avoid removing / peeling off the blister by yourself. The doctor can clean the burn area, apply burn ointment, and additional medicines if needed, such as painkillers and antibiotics if there is an infection in the wound. During the healing period, you do not need to abstain from food, unless you have a food allergy or other medical history.
Associated with scars, if only the blackness can generally fade even though it takes a long time. You can use lightening lotions, scar creams, sunscreens, and body scrubs to speed up the fading of the scars after the wound is completely healed. However, if keloids appear, then further treatment is needed to deal with them. Keloid treatment can be with corticosteroid injection, fluorouracil injection, silicone dressing, laser, and surgery.