Hydrogen peroxide is usually the go-to treatment for most people after they get a cut or abrasion. But should hydrogen peroxide always be the go-to solution? In this episode of DermTV, Dr. Schultz explains how hydrogen peroxide works to aid in treating cuts and abrasions as well as when to use it. There's even a hydrogen peroxide fun fact at the end that may shock you.
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