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Have garlic burn on face while trying to remove the moles. How to treat it ?

doctor i have garlic burn on my face i have a sevral moles on my face thats why i try to remove them in home some where i ready garlice is good for mole remover i apply garlice paste on my face over night and in morning i will sea burning skin on my face it look too ugly pls pls pls ls help me to treat this burn and kindly sugest it left any scar on my face
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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There are better and more effective definite procedures available to remove moles for eg electro cautery! Kindly do not follow home remedies blindly.

You have basically developed an irritant reaction due to garlic application.

To treat the same

Apply steroid cream over affected area twice in a day.

Avoid sun exposure

Use mild moisturising cream to keep the area hydrated like cetaphil moisturiser.

Hopefully in few days your face will clear off.

Take care
Answered: Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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