At one point or another in life, we all get burnt. They might not be quite as severe as what’s in pictured above and blister, but you will probably get burnt. Whether it’s just a simple sunburn or a third-degree burn, chances are (more leaning toward sunburn ) that you will have a burn. When I was younger, I was making pasta. When I went to drain the pot, the water waterfalled out of the sink and went all over my stomach and legs. Boiling water all over my clothes. I was wearing jeans and a loose shirt. The loose shirt saved my stomach from getting a more severe burn, but it did still blister. As for my legs, thankfully all they got was what appeared to be similar to a sunburn. I treated it immediately with bacitracin, but it took a good week for it to heal and a year or so for the scars to fade.
Here are some great natural home remedies for burns. They range from aloe vera which is very common to St. John’s Wort which isn’t as well known. What do you use for your burns?
PLEASE NOTE: THESE REMEDIES ARE NOT TO BE USED IN LIEU OF PROPER MEDICAL ATTENTION. IF YOUR BURNS HAVE BLISTERED OR DO NOT GET BETTER WITHIN A REASONABLE TIME FRAME, PLEASE SEEK MEDICAL ATTENTION IMMEDIATELY.