Please help. My 12 year old daughter came home from school with a burn/freeze on the back of her hand. It was done by a boy holding a deoderant can close to her skin for several minutes causing it to freeze.
I took her to the GP and he gave her some cream for burns. What I need to know is can it possibly be frostbite? I can find nothing on the web about this kind of injury.
The skin on her hand now looks grey/purple. This happened on Thursday, 4 days ago. I am so worried, I couldn't sleep last night. The skin on the back of the hand is so thin I worry there is more severe damage underneath.
Any help would be very much apprieciated.
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?