Burn Treatments

Once you've cooled your wound, you might consider applying a burn treatment—meant to temporarily ease pain and prevent infection. If blisters form, don't touch them! It's all part of the healing process. Also see adhesive bandages.


Percentage of Pharmacists' Votes

Neosporin 40%
Dermoplast 17%
Polysporin 10%
Bacitraycin 8%
A+D Original Ointment 7%
Foille 7%
Bactine 4%
Betadine 3%
First Degree 3%

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