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What is the best course of treatment for burned, red face and shoulder of a child? No blisters

My daughter was cutting of a piece of oven cooked brisket and the chunk feel back into the pan splashing my 3 year old granddaughter on her face and went through her pjs and onto her shoulder and hand . What is the best course of treatment , her face hi still pretty red , her shoulder and hand looks better and none of it has blistered.
Asked On : Wed, 9 May 2012
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Hi Dear
welcome to the site of HCM,
This type of burn usually damages the superficial part of the skin, May take some time in healing , some antibiotic cream and some moisturizing cream application will gradually take care of the skin. but scar will take some time to vanish.
Every individuals skin is continuously in phase of replacement by the new layer of skin from inside and the older one is wiped out naturally, but this is a gradual process, so superficial burn scars are replaced mostly. occasionally when the deeper part of the skin is damaged then it takes long time to disappear.
Hope your query is answered well.
Answered: Fri, 14 Jun 2013
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