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Stages of a second degree burn
About 2 hours after burn and being under cold tap before cleaning with germolene

About 2 hours after burn and being under cold tap before cleaning with germolene

20 more minutes under cold tap 1 hour since initial burn

20 more minutes under cold tap 1 hour since initial burn

Initial day of burn

Initial day of burn

5 weeks since burn

5 weeks since burn

Next day, washed and moisturised with hyaluronic acid and applied hydrgoel soaked foam, then wrapped up again. No more pain just very dry and itchy.

Next day, washed and moisturised with hyaluronic acid and applied hydrgoel soaked foam, then wrapped up again. No more pain just very dry and itchy.

3rd week of burn, cleaned and applied hydrgoel soaked foam to the really dry areas (it's very itchy)

3rd week of burn, cleaned and applied hydrgoel soaked foam to the really dry areas (it's very itchy)

Second week of cleaning and applied a hydrogel jelly dressing and wrapped it up again

Second week of cleaning and applied a hydrogel jelly dressing and wrapped it up again

1 week after burn. Cleaning everyday, by applied a gel soked gauze with low adherents smothered in germaline. Still swollen.

1 week after burn. Cleaning everyday, by applied a gel soked gauze with low adherents smothered in germaline. Still swollen.

4 days of germolene with fresh cling film and cream changed every day. Was at hospital to get a silicone gause and wrapped it up

4 days of germolene with fresh cling film and cream changed every day. Was at hospital to get a silicone gause and wrapped it up

After 30 mins under the tap, still burning, major swelling and blisters are beginning to form

After 30 mins under the tap, still burning, major swelling and blisters are beginning to form

Initial burn

Initial burn


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