Thanks for writing to the forum!
Dettol is a concentrated solution and should be diluted before applying to sensitive areas and skin. Otherwise this causes chemical burns like condition. You can apply calamine lotion or some anti burn cream and wear loose clothes to avoid friction. This should normally heal. However if symptoms persist do consult a doctor.
It is difficult to comment beyond this at this stage. Please let me know if there is any thing else and do keep me posted. Take care!
two days back i had shaved my private parts using safety blade then i applied dettol , after applying dettol on scrotum skin i got huge burning sensation two days later the skin on scrotum started shedding in dry skin form (of area sizes in a square inch or less) . now wat treatment i should follow to stop skin shedding .
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