Feb 26, 2020

Remove Tar From Skin

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Getting tar on your skin can be a literal and proverbial pain. You might think that you can only get tar on your skin doing construction or home repair work. But you can also get tar on your skin from things such as walking on the beach.<ref>https://ift.tt/32vGotn> Tar is very sticky, which can make it difficult to remove from skin. In some cases, tar can burn your skin or cause other injuries that require medical attention. You can remove tar from your skin by performing first aid, icing the tar off of your skin and removing its remnants and stains from your skin.
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Getting tar on your skin can be a literal and proverbial pain. You might think that you can only get tar on your skin doing construction or home repair work. But you can also get tar on your skin from things such as walking on the beach. Tar is very sticky, which can make it difficult to remove from skin. In some cases, tar can burn your skin or cause other injuries that require medical attention. You can remove tar from your skin by performing first aid, icing the tar off of your skin and removing its remnants and stains from your skin.
   
 
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#Avoid picking at the tar. Keep your fingers from picking at the tar until it cools completely on your skin. Allowing the tar to cool fully before you remove it can minimize the risk of damage to the skin underneath and ensure that it heals properly.<ref> https://patient.info/in/health/burns-and-scalds-leaflet</ref>[[Image:Remove Tar From Skin Step 4 Version 4.jpg|center]]
 
#Avoid picking at the tar. Keep your fingers from picking at the tar until it cools completely on your skin. Allowing the tar to cool fully before you remove it can minimize the risk of damage to the skin underneath and ensure that it heals properly.<ref> https://patient.info/in/health/burns-and-scalds-leaflet</ref>[[Image:Remove Tar From Skin Step 4 Version 4.jpg|center]]
 
===Icing Tar Off of Your Skin===
 
===Icing Tar Off of Your Skin===
#Harden the tar with ice. Rub your skin that has on it with an ice cube or ice pack. Keep rubbing until the tar hardens or cracks. This can make it easier to peel away the tar from your skin and treat any damage or remove stains.<ref>https://ift.tt/2uvdDAu </ref>[[Image:Remove Tar From Skin Step 5 Version 4.jpg|center]]
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#Harden the tar with ice. Rub your skin that has on it with an ice cube or ice pack. Keep rubbing until the tar hardens or cracks. This can make it easier to peel away the tar from your skin and treat any damage or remove stains.[[Image:Remove Tar From Skin Step 5 Version 4.jpg|center]]
 
#*If your skin gets too cold, remove the ice and let the tar sit for a few minutes. This can prevent ice burning or frostbite.<ref>https://ift.tt/3936LJT>
 
#*If your skin gets too cold, remove the ice and let the tar sit for a few minutes. This can prevent ice burning or frostbite.<ref>https://ift.tt/3936LJT>
 
#Peel off hardened and cracked tar. Using gentle pulling motions, peel away any cooled tar from your skin. If the tar cracks, continue peeling away little pieces until you've removed each bit. Peeling away the tar may hurt or cause you discomfort from pulling out small hairs caught in the tar. If removing the tar becomes too painful, seek medical attention to minimize the risk of damage to your skin.<ref>https://ift.tt/2T3xHUg </ref>[[Image:Remove Tar From Skin Step 6 Version 4.jpg|center]]
 
#Peel off hardened and cracked tar. Using gentle pulling motions, peel away any cooled tar from your skin. If the tar cracks, continue peeling away little pieces until you've removed each bit. Peeling away the tar may hurt or cause you discomfort from pulling out small hairs caught in the tar. If removing the tar becomes too painful, seek medical attention to minimize the risk of damage to your skin.<ref>https://ift.tt/2T3xHUg </ref>[[Image:Remove Tar From Skin Step 6 Version 4.jpg|center]]
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