I have a large blister from a hot glue burn last night… what should I do for it now?
Last night I burned my pinkie with hot glue (the gun was on high setting). I let the glue cool a bit before taking it off my pinkie, and then ran it under cold water for about 10 seconds. I didn’t do anything else to it, went to bed, and today it has blistered up pretty badly. The skin is not broken at all, but it’s a very large welt to the point that it kind of gets in the way of doing normal activities with my hands. My husband has recommended draining it with a hot needle and putting peroxide on it, keeping neosporin and a bandaid on until it heals completely. I’m okay for that, but wondering if it’s the best thing for it. Would it be better to just leave it and let it take its course? Right now I have a bandaid and neosporin on it just to keep it from getting hit and because it’s so gross looking. Any wise suggestions or advice based on experience?
First thing you do when you burn yourself like you have, is put aloe Vera on it immediately!! I keep several plants around for that purpose. Keep it on as long as possible and you won’t get a nasty blister. This has worked for me and countless others. In your case, it’s a bit too late for that now. Ice or mustard are the other remedies I know you should do immediately when you burn yourself. Your husband is right, since you have the blister now, do as he says. I’ll warn you now, it will likely sting like heck, so I hope you have the neosporin which has the pain reliever in it. Feel better and in the future, please rush to apply aloe Vera if you burn yourself again.
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