I use it on my feet for a month 2 times a day for precancerous skin. After the treatment the skin remains blotchy, red, scabby, dry, and my feet feel like they are on fire.
Fluorouracil - What do you use on the skin after treatment to make the skin heal?
Question posted by Old Broad 67 on 24 May 2016
Last updated on 23 October 2017
I've noticed that people post saying their Doctor recommended various ointments one being Aquaphor. I looked at the ingredients and it had alcohol in it and with the way my face felt I sure as hell wasn't going to put anything with alcohol on my raw face. I tried several things like aloe, something from a natural/vitamin shop, but what worked best for me was plain old unscented Vaseline and or coconut oil from my kitchen. I found those two products the most soothing. Anything you put on your sores will not make it "heal" but will aid in the healing process by giving you comfort.
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