Yes, it burns like crazy if you put too much on. Not so bad if you put a little on. But if you put too much, be advised the burning sensation is intense. It will only last for about 5~7 min and begin to cool down and feel like a dull warming sensation.Also If you add Vaseline it will no burn if you have sensitive skin.
heck yes!! if you put more than a tiny bit on anything it burns like crazyy. be advised, only use a little bit.
will blue star ointment help dry out blisters
Blue Star Ointment is used for jock itch, ringworm and other skin conditions. See related link for product
Blue star Ointment that's what I use
my question is, where can I buy Kip burn ointment now?
100% absolutely I have used it before several times on fever blisters and it helps immensely.
According to the Blue Star Ointment website it does. I have tried everything and finally came across Blue Star Ointment and it is going away!! I had one on my hand I was so embarrased of it, but now it's hardly visible. You have to use it consistently everyday two to three times a day apply it.
The sun is catagorized as a "yellow star" This is also known as an intermediate star. Blue stars are the hottest. The Sun is not a blue star. - Em
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A blue giant star is made of the same material as other stars. It is made of several types of gases that burn very hotly.
How long a star takes to burn out depends on the mass of the star. It is estimated that stars can burn for billions of years. The understanding is the more mass a star has the faster it can burn out.
Kip brand burn ointment is no longer being made. There is a good substitute on the market, though. WJ is a brand of burn ointment that is very similar to Kip and is manufactured by Water-Jel Technologies in Carlstadt, New Jersey.
go to the doctor and ask for an ointment