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7 Best Burn Creams That Really Work!

7 Best Burn Creams That Really Work!
HPFY Staff Writer

A burn can be caused by heat, electricity, excessive sun exposure, contact with chemicals, or radiation. Depending on the impact, a burn is classified from mild to severe and divided into degrees.

  • First-Degree Burns – Minor burns that affect only the top layer of the skin, called the epidermis. They may cause redness and pain.
  • Second-Degree Burns – Affect the skin's first and second layers, the epidermis and dermis. These are more painful than 1st-degree burns and are accompanied by swelling, splotchy skin, and blisters.
  • Third-Degree Burns – These are major burns affecting the fat layer deeply, causing the skin to turn black, white, or brown and appear leathery, and may be accompanied by numbness.

Based on the symptoms, the treatment would be focused on pain reduction, removal of burnt skin, infection prevention, reduction of scars, and an attempt to bring the damaged skin back to normal. First- and second-degree burns affecting less than 10% of the body may not require hospitalization. But a second-degree burn affecting more than 10% and a third-degree burn affecting more than 1% of the body require medical attention and subsequent hospitalization.

7 Best Burn Creams That Really Work

Many over-the-counter ointments for burns are available for optimal burn wound care. Some of our best burn creams are - 

1. Derma Sciences Medihoney Gel Wound and Burn Dressing

FSA Eligible Items FSA Approved

Made of Leptospermum Honey and natural gelling agents, Medihoney brings wound fluid to the surface to liquefy necrotic tissue and cleanse the factors that may delay wound healing. The Medihoney wound and burn dressing is used only for first- and second-degree burns.

Features of Medihoney Gel - Wound and Burn Dressing

  • High osmolarity help liquifies non-viable tissue.
  • Maintains a moist environment.
  • Natural, safe, and easy to use.
  • Low pH level fast-tracks wound healing.
Derma Sciences Medihoney Gel Wound and Burn Dressing



2. Derma Sciences Medihoney Hydrocolloid Wound Filler Paste

FSA Eligible Items FSA Approved

Used for dry to lightly exuding wounds, 100% active Leptospermum honey makes this product ideal for managing chronic and acute wounds and burns. It has a reduced pH, is non-toxic, and has a reliable history of safe use in wound management.

Features of Derma Sciences Medihoney Hydrocolloid Wound Filler Paste

  • Promotes an optimal healing environment.
  • The applicator tip helps to apply the paste in hard-to-reach areas.
  • Low pH creates a balanced moisture environment.
  • Kills harmful microorganisms.
Derma Sciences Medihoney Hydrocolloid Wound Filler Paste



3. SilvrSTAT Antibacterial Silver Wound Dressing Gel

FSA Eligible Items FSA Approved

A next-generation product with the benefits of silver, SilvrSTAT is a water-based gel containing engineered silver nanoparticles to treat wounds and first- and second-degree burns effectively.

Features of SilvrSTAT Antibacterial Silver Wound Dressing Gel

  • Applied directly to the wound or the bandage.
  • Latex-free and hypoallergenic.
  • Inhibits growth of microorganisms.
  • Painless and does not sting.
SilvrSTAT Antibacterial Silver Wound Dressing Gel



4. Medline TheraHoney Gel Dressing

FSA Eligible Items FSA Approved

Suggested for use on partial and full-thickness wounds, leg ulcers, minor cuts, and burns, TheraHoney contains 100% sterile Manuka Honey. It helps to decrease the pH and size of the wound significantly.

Features of Medline TheraHoney Gel Dressing

Medline TheraHoney Gel Honey Dressing



5. Dynarex XeroBurn Burn Gel

FSA Eligible Items FSA Approved

It relieves painful skin irritation caused by minor burns and sunburns and provides an optimal environment for healing.

Features of Dynarex XeroBurn Burn Gel

Dynarex XeroBurn Burn Gel



6. Dynarex First Aid Burn Cream

FSA Eligible Items FSA Approved

Formulated to take away the pain and reduce bacterial growth. This water-based cream draws heat away from the burn wound with soothing relief. It can also be used on minor cuts, scrapes, and burns.

Features of Dynarex First Aid Burn Cream:

  • It soothes and moisturizes the skin.
  • Ideal for first-aid kits and other medical settings.
  • Inhibits bacterial growth.
  • Single-use pack for optimal hygiene and quick application. 
Dynarex First Aid Burn Cream



7. Medline Remedy Phytoplex Z Guard Skin Protectant Paste

FSA Eligible Items FSA Approved

White petroleum-based hospital quality product is suitable for minor burns, cuts, and scrapes and protects chapped and cracked skin. It has been formulated to stick to intact, defunded, or irritated skin to provide an optimal environment for faster healing.

Features of Medline Remedy Phytoplex Z Guard Skin Protectant Paste

  • It focuses on managing skin redness.
  • Ideal for neonates and geriatrics.
  • Does not contain inflammation-causing ingredients.
  • Also treats diaper rash.
Medline Remedy Phytoplex Z Guard Skin Protectant Paste



Identifying the degree of a burn is the first step in effective treatment. While first- and second-degree burns are painful, a third-degree burn could be fatal. A first-degree burn can be treated at home. But if you are unsure about managing the burn wound and its severity, consult a medical professional immediately. 

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7 Best Burn Creams