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Burn gel 120ml - £4.97 - @ Amazon / Sold by and Dispatched from DK medical supplies

£4.97 @ Amazon
A handy thing to have around the house, comes in various forms, be it a bottle or sachets. keep it in the kitchen but can also be used for sunburn. Certainly handy if you have a catering business and… Read More
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1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago
A handy thing to have around the house, comes in various forms, be it a bottle or sachets. keep it in the kitchen but can also be used for sunburn.
Certainly handy if you have a catering business and live in the kitchen.

Sachets by Burnshield
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Burnshield-Burn-Blot-Sachets-3-5ml/dp/B002TLL99O
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#1
This product is very good. At this price you can't go wrong!
3 Likes #2
I had to look at title twice as I accidenly blended the r and n together if you you what I mean.
#3
ryouga
I had to look at title twice as I accidenly blended the r and n together if you you what I mean.
hahahahaha
#4
This stuff is amazing. At a fiver a bottle everyone should have some. One for the kitchen, one for the car, one for the workplace.

It is amazing and outstanding as aftersun too.
#5
ryouga
I had to look at title twice as I accidenly blended the r and n together if you you what I mean.


Would work for friction Burns X)
2 Likes #6
First aid courses don't recommend any burn gels or creams. Just run it under the cold tap for 10 minutes+. If it's a really big one you can wrap it in cling film to help prevent infection and get to a doctor.
1 Like #7
Sudocream works well for minor burns amongst other things and lasts forever:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sudocrem-Antiseptic-Healing-Eczema-Wounds/dp/B000LNEB9W/

Edited By: kiish on Apr 15, 2017 21:48
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Zimmy
First aid courses don't recommend any burn gels or creams. Just run it under the cold tap for 10 minutes+. If it's a really big one you can wrap it in cling film to help prevent infection and get to a doctor.

That's right. After sitting my 3 day first aid course I thought I would purchase the St John first aid kit, and to my surprise, it contained burns cream though we had just been told not to use any...
#9
Under the tap and/or use a bag of frozen something when you're done with the tap.
4 Likes #10
Sir_Loin
Zimmy
First aid courses don't recommend any burn gels or creams. Just run it under the cold tap for 10 minutes+. If it's a really big one you can wrap it in cling film to help prevent infection and get to a doctor.
That's right. After sitting my 3 day first aid course I thought I would purchase the St John first aid kit, and to my surprise, it contained burns cream though we had just been told not to use any...
Think with the course its easier to say dont put anything on it than have people try to remember what they can and cant use.

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With a burn you want to remove heat immediately with cold water.
Putting anything like sudocream etc on straight away traps heat in the tissue and can cause deeper tissue damage and worsen the burn.
Should only ever use creams after burn no longer feels warm, sunburn included.

These gels work by transfering heat from the burn and disapating it the same way running under a tap would do.

Running under tap is always more effective but a gel can be used afterwards or if no water available.

At my previous work we had water gel blankets to wrap someone incase of serious burns.
#11
Thanks for this, I didn't even know this sort of gel existed but now I've ordered some in for just such an emergency.
#12
ryouga
I had to look at title twice as I accidenly blended the r and n together if you you what I mean.


you sound really disappointed to find out it wasn't what you first thought. what's been going on in that area to need soothing gel?

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