It is important to get the eyes immediately checked by consulting an ophthalmologist. Hot liquids can damage the eyes and the surrounding structures by causing burns. Does she have any redness, pain or haziness of vision? There can also be eyelid erythema, blisters, edema, conjunctival injection, mild corneal opacity based on the degree of burns. She may need regular use of eye drops and ointment as advised by the doctor and review with the same Ophthalmologist will help to monitor the eye condition.
Wishing her a speedy recovery. Take care.
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