Overcoming Blistered And Bleeding Skin?
hello doctor .. so I went to a hot spring a few days ago, I want to clean up one zit on the cheeks that appear again. because of the pleasure of washing away the zit with the original sulfur water, I didn’t realize that the skin around the zit blisters around the zit around a few inches … waking up from the blistering sleep comes out of blood … so it’s not like burns? I don’t know why it can blister up … now, I want to ask the most effective medicine to speed up healing and remove the scars that will definitely be reddish items later, right … the important thing is that the marks disappear … what do I think? Aloe vera gel comes directly from the plant. thanks before the doctor …
Hello Oshii, thank you for asking HealthReplies.com.
Previously, it must be equated with the perception of blister skin. In medicine, blisters or blisters are lumps that contain fluid in the skin that can be caused by several possible causes, such as burns, contact dermatitis (skin contact with a substance that can cause irritation or allergies), temperature is too cold, or friction ( friction) on the skin. In addition, some skin diseases can cause skin blisters, such as herpes, chicken pox, or certain bacterial infections.
Blisters will improve in 1-2 weeks and do not need to be solved because it can break on its own. If it hasn't broken, don't touch / squeeze first with unclean hands. If the blister is too big or very painful, you can go to the doctor for a procedure that aims to remove the fluid from the blister or be given a therapy that suits your condition. If it has broken, to prevent scars need to be treated with a good wound, such as:
1. Keep the wound clean by rinsing it with warm water. Do not use iodine, alcohol, or hydrogen peroxide.
2. Carefully remove the remaining dead skin from the blister fragments and do not force it.
3. Apply petroleum gel or antibiotic ointment (must be by prescription)
4. Cover with sterile gauze but not too tight
Also pay attention to the development of the blister wound, if the wound gets redder, pus comes out, swollen, you should immediately consult a doctor to get the appropriate treatment. Don't delay seeing your doctor if you have a fever, flu-like symptoms, or skin blisters appear on other parts of the body.
That's all, hopefully it's useful.