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    Unfortunately, many women know the pain of a relaxer burn. Sometimes the chemicals are left on too long; other times, the chemical mix causes an allergic reaction or the skin is simply too sensitive for the relaxer. Do not wear any wigs or weaves during this time. Your hair and scalp need to breathe as much as possible, not be suffocated under a wig. It may take several days to a couple of weeks before your scalp improves, so be patient.
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    Chemical Burns: Care Instructions

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    Chemical burns: First aid - Mayo Clinic

    Perms and relaxers use harsh chemicals such as lye, which work to intentionally damage your hair for a desired effect. An unfortunate side effect of the chemicals is a burning sensation when perm cream is applied directly to the skin and scalp. If you've ever been burned by a perm, you know the pain is excruciating and the trauma to your scalp may include redness, skin discoloration and scabbing. Fortunately, treating your burns is a simple process. Place your head and the burn area under cold running water and remove any excess perm cream. Firmly pat and wipe your hairline and scalp to ensure all of the cream is removed. Gently part your hair with a comb to gain access to the burn sore.
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    How to Treat a Perm Burn

    Burns can occur when a harmful chemical, such as a cleaning product or an acid, splashes onto the skin. The amount of damage to the skin depends on how strong the chemical was, how much of it was on the skin, and how long it was there. Chemical burns, even minor ones, can be very painful.
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    Chemical burns can be caused by many substances, such as strong acids, drain cleaners lye , paint thinner and gasoline. Usually, you are aware of the burn and its cause. But sometimes you may not immediately recognize a burn caused by a milder chemical. As with some sunburns, the pain and redness may develop hours after the exposure.