ALL corrosive agents burn skin. That is what corrosive means.
It will get hot and possibly burn
Cold or cool water should be used to slow or stop the burn process taking place in skin layers. Using butter, margarine, or any type of oil based lotions or baby oil only continues the burn process on the skin surface and skin layers.
If it's a bad sun burn than it can be puss, or just skin. Ever wonder why your skin feels hot when you have a sun burn? That's your lower skin layers still burning, it can last for days!
A burn (caused by radiation, or heat) to the skin.
Yes, acids will burn skin.
No, PVA can not burn your skin.
A burn with charred black flesh or white 'waxy' areas is a full thickness burn, also known as a third degree burn. This is where all layers of the skin are involved, it is very serious and requires urgent medical attention.
If you have sensitive skin it may make your face burn and get red. I would no consider doing it if your skin is very sensitive.
Yes color doesn't matter. They may be darker then white people but sun burn is a burn that anyone can get. And it looks like it would look on a white person or any lighter color but not as easy to see. It depends on the skin tone and how long you were out in the sun.
Acids can burn your skin :)
it can burn your skin.
Yes it is a first degree burn