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Topic created by dave2016
on Mon, 26 Sep 2016 at 06:56

dave2016 said on Mon, 26 Sep 2016 at 06:56...

I do love the scent of poppers so I got burnt under my nose despite uisng chapstick, lipbalm, even liquid band-aid. any ideas ? pls?

rabbit said on Fri, 30 Sep 2016 at 03:00...

I got burn marks under my nose as well about a week ago. I let it heal for a few days, but I regrettably used poppers again while it was still healing and made the burn even worse. It was really red and was blistering. If yours is blistering, apply antiseptic cream to prevent infection. I did that and thankfully it didn't get infected. Once it has healed enough that it doesn't leak fluid, use aloe vera to speed up the healing. It'll become really dry and start to peel as well, but make sure you don't scratch it or deliberately peel it. Mine still hasn't full healed yet (it's currently in the peeling phase), but most of the redness has gone. Just refrain from using the poppers at all while it's healing, don't do what I did.

rabbit said on Fri, 30 Sep 2016 at 03:04...

and in terms of avoiding the burns, I've started to always wipe the rim of the bottle with a tissue before inhaling. Sometimes when you store the bottle away on its side, some of the liquid stays on the rim. Also, don't stick your nose too far into the bottle. I had a big 30ml and once I had used half of it, it was difficult for me to get the fumes since the liquid was so far down the bottle. If that becomes the problem, transfer the poppers to a smaller bottle, so you won't be shoving it up your nostril.

Popper-stim said on Tue, 22 Nov 2016 at 09:35...

I converted a dust mask by cutting off the filter, taping over the unnecessary holes, fitting a neoprene tube that would fit in the neck of the bottle. One can then put the mask on and place the tube in the TOP of the bottle, NOT in the liquid, and snort away for a big safe unburning hit! Have fun with your DIY skills!

RadS said on Thu, 9 Feb 2017 at 14:12...

To prevent poppers burns stick a small piece of masking tape right over the area which usually burns. Remove after your session is complete. This ridiculously simple solution is 100% effective even though it might make you look like Hitler jackng off!

jwpalm1045 said on Tue, 14 Feb 2017 at 23:21...

One trick that I found effective is to take an empty water bottle, throw some cotton balls in it and pour the popper liquid. The cotton balls absorbs the liquid and that works great. No nose burn. The problem though is its only great for one session. Once it dries up you won't get much of a high. So if your looking for multiple uses maybe the masking tape idea might work. Though that wouldn't be so hot in a hook up lol

RadS said on Wed, 15 Feb 2017 at 07:31...

Hi Jwpalm - I did feel self conscious at first using the tape trick with others, but after a hit or two they don't seem to worry about it.

jamlin said on Fri, 3 Mar 2017 at 18:50...

I've mostly inhaled from the bottle but this year I thought of putting some cloth in a glass spice bottle and droppering (or pouring in a hot pinch) some of my isobutyl (English Premium) and giving it a moment. The high was better and more efficient and the external skin burns and spills were eliminated.
But another posting on this site said to use "hemp cloth" and not to use white cloth as he said the bleaching interacts and creates Dioxin!
I am not a chemist but if true, this is a very dangerous carcinogen.
So I ended up with a piece of a tan sock and about to try it out. Hope the synthetic in the sock's fabric won't kill me. Where does one find hemp cloth anyway?

RadS said on Sun, 5 Mar 2017 at 06:47...

Hemp cloth is burlap - available at the hardware store.

maxx said on Wed, 8 Mar 2017 at 06:45...

I use poppers regularly and I accidentally got some on my penis, I now have a burn, what can I do?

RadS said on Fri, 10 Mar 2017 at 03:37...

maxx - What part of your penis was affected?

Incognito said on Tue, 28 Mar 2017 at 07:44...

Masking the affected areas is best way to prevent popper burn. I really enjoy using "Bears Own" for masturbating to anything digitally, whether it being cam girls or tube videos. It's like a different reality. However, unprotected areas cause this popper burn all the time. It's ingredients are Isopropanol, Isopropyl Nitrite.

I think the best solution would be to make a latex nose mask that also covers the top lip, with two tubes that insert into the nostrils. This shall prevent the bottle opening and any liquid / fumes directly contacting the outer skin. The vapours would go up the nostrils through the tubes.

BadgerPants said on Thu, 11 May 2017 at 22:58...

I get burned all the time. I think it's due to the fact that I'm often trying to get maximum mileage out of my bottles, so I often have bottles that are a couple months old, and (like rabbit mentioned) I have to work a little harder to get fumes, so I'm more likely to touch the bottle to my face.

I should try to remember to wipe off the rim more often, as this is usually happening when I'm jerking off to porn.

I also think the shape of my nostrils is part of the problem. They're not particularly unique to look at, but they slope down quite a bit at the base, but curve and flare up a bit in the center, so it's hard to get the bottle close enough to be able to get the fumes without accidentally having the bottle touch my face.

When fucking (I'm versatile, so I've experienced both sides of the equation) it can also be pretty hard to get a good whiff, depending on what position you're at, how slippery your hands are, etc, without angling the bottle in a way that's likely to spill or get the rim wet.

I was bottoming once, and a clumsy too dropped the bottle on my chest and it all spilled all over my chest and torso. He just picked it up and screwed the lid on. I had to repeat myself a few times that I needed to rinse it off and wipe off with a towel, which I wasn't happy about, but that's kind of another story.

I was super lucky, though. Even though I had direct contact to a large portion of my skin on my stomach, chest, and collar, and it stayed there for a good minute and a half, almost nothing happened. Part of the area turned a little bit red, like a very mild sunburn, but it never crusted, scanned up or peeled.

Seshmonster.98 said on Mon, 14 Aug 2017 at 09:19...

I used poppers over the last week and I've managed to get a burn from it due to someone catching my hand whilst trying to inhale, what's the best solution for the burns on the top of my lip and on my nose as I am in a bit of pain with them and how long do they take to heal?

youngguy567 said on Sat, 26 Aug 2017 at 09:19...

I was cruising and sniffing poppers with a sexy older daddy and I put the bottle into my pants (ck briefs) which were around my ankles, once I had finished sniffing. I think some of the liquid may have leaked out perhaps lido not on properly as when we had cum I got dressed got back to my car and realised the bottle was still in my pants! Took it out and my balls stung a little so I think it must of got into contact. Now a few days later I've looked again and I have like a dark red scab on my scrotum which I think must be where the poppers burnt my skin. I've been putting e45 cream on it and washing regulary. Anyone any other advice? Or how long it will take to heal? Is say it's about 5 cm long

ralph said on Mon, 28 Aug 2017 at 19:34...

Been using poppers for years. My experience with burns on the nostrils is that they seem to occur if the popper bottle's rim touches your skin. I use a drinking straw also - one end in the bottle (NOT in the liquid) the other end in my nose. Fumes can burn also. Older poppers also seem to cause more burning but not sure why. The best first aid is to put some salted warm water in your hand and soak your nostrils for a minute or so. To camouflage popper burns try a little calamine lotion on a Q tip - lightly dab. Will help dry the burn out.

John said on Mon, 4 Sep 2017 at 22:15...

Wash your face after a session. A lot of these chems will break down skin cells even after inhalation.

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