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Topic created by NewbieUser
on Fri, 31 Aug 2018 at 03:32
NewbieUser said on Fri, 31 Aug 2018 at 03:32...
So it just so happens I got into poppers the last 3 months and they have been fun. However I never realized the burn effects from not wiping the lid off and touching the rim to your face.
Never washed face after. Now below my nostril on my upper lip is a constant area that is red and if I rub my finger over it, itís flaky.
It wonít heal.
I have tried:
Dabbing a cold wet clothes periodically
Not touching it at all.
Everything! (Feels like)
Is this going to be permanently here?
Itís been I swear like 6-8 weeks. Doesnít go away with time. Can the doc prescribe something stronger? Kind of stressful walking around with what looks like an irritation under one nostril. Looks like Iím a heavy drug user and I havenít used for weeks.
Mam said on Fri, 31 Aug 2018 at 08:10...
Sometimes it is just best to leave alone. Obviously you are stressed out by it and the inclination is to apply stuff. Not sure what Polysporin is, but wet cloth is going to increase inflammation I think. My guess is that the psychological response has not let it heal naturally.
wer said on Fri, 31 Aug 2018 at 12:34...
It'll heal naturally. I remember the one time I got burns on my nose, it became really bad that they actually blistered and became crusty. I should have given the wounds time to heal as soon as I felt the burn, but I just kept using them. I just kept the area clean and applied antiseptic cream regularly to prevent infection. It was gone in about a week from what I recall.
Anyway, the actual solution to your problem is to use the barrel portion of a pen or any sort of long, narrow tube like a straw (haven't ever tried with a straw though). Use that to inhale from the bottle and you'll never get burned. I've been using a pen barrel ever since those serious burns I mentioned earlier and I haven't had any burns since. One thing to watch out for though is to not accidentally submerge the pen into the liquid, or you'll end up sniffing the liquid into your nose.
Another benefit is that the pen actually concentrates and focuses the vapor while you inhale. So you end up inhaling a lot more from a shorter sniff than if you were to just hold the bottle up to your nose. Hope this helps.
Snake said on Mon, 3 Sep 2018 at 09:01...
Hi all .
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