A doctor needs to determine what is causing the rash . . . it could be autoimmune, bacterial, very often fungal, or dry skin.
yes, I have a script for this medication.
It is applied to the burn because it is an open sore. Whatever you put on the burn is going inside your body, therefore it needs to be sterile to prevent infection.
Besides these Energy is produced.
If you have a burn from Nair, you can get some 1 percent hydrocortisone cream from the drugstore, if you don't already have some. Dr. Joseph S. Eastern says that if the cream doesn't help, you may need to get a prescription cream from your doctor.
Yes for a short period of time. No more than 5 mins.
I suppose that this is an example of applied chemistry.
It could but it makes all the skin it was applied to burn miserably and may cause dizziness hyperventilation and/or the giving out of your legs and knees.
Yes, there are materials that are flame resistant and do not burn. However, most of these materials have specific chemicals applied to them.
It means burn or burner. It's applied to snakes.
yes the steam helps it burn
Yes, technically you can snort any pill that can be crushed up. Demerols are no different, besides the fact that they do not have apap in them which makes them much safer....... but, it will burn like there is no tomorrow and hurt a lot.
they burn them
it is the molecules they burn slowly and not very fast
Friction makes phosphorus and sulfur ignite.
Any plant will wilt if too much fertiliser is applied as it can burn the roots.
because it has a acid inside the ethinol and a pinch of pottassium which makes it burn
Oxygen is what makes things burn at all. The more oxygen there is, the brighter it can burn.
Ask the doctor.
That makes you have a sun burn
when u rub two pieces of wood together, then it makes friction. Friction is hot. it makes the wood hot and it starts to burn
Peanuts are combustible because they are composed of oils and carbohydrates. What makes them burn is sufficient oxygen and a temperature increase that initiates the process.