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Fresh Wounds/Abrasions/Cracked Heals
An abrasion, also known as an excoriation or "brush burn," is a minor injury that occurs when the skin is rubbed or torn off. It is a shallow wound, typically a wearing away of the top layer of skin (the epidermis) due to an applied friction force against the body.
Abrasions are, for the most part, minor injuries that can be treated relatively easily at home, with supplies commonly found in a first-aid kit. Rinse and clean the abrasion with cool or lukewarm water and mild soap or an anti-bacterial cleanser. Try not to directly scrub the wound, but attempt to gently remove any dirt particles or debris. To help prevent infection, apply a thin layer of SUKHSAR. Not only this ointment help the wound heal faster, they also help to keep the affected area moist, help prevent infection, and aid in the body's natural healing process.