Salt and Ice Wounds Update

Salt and Ice Wounds Update

This post updates the previously posted photos of salt and ice self inflicted wounds provided exclusively to Best Gore by BeautifulxDisaster. It’s interesting to see how the healing process is progressing and how the chemical burns and frostbites change with time.

Props once again to Best Gore member BeautifulxDisaster for the pics:

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29 thoughts on “Salt and Ice Wounds Update”

  1. I think the salt and ice thing is a tad on the masocistic side cause I remember when cutting it was more of the blood and wound I wanted to play with. Not nessasrily wanted to feel the pain of burning for long period of time. Or just damaging the skin. Burns are a different kinda pain, you know. I don’t know maybe thats just me. What do you think @beautxdisast?

          1. That looks like it was extremely painful. I have only cut myself a couple of times. One when I was 12 and another one like last month. I liked seeing the blood come out but then I kind of regretted it and lied to people I scraped myself with some wood. But this type of stuff is for those who aren’t afraid to let people know what they like.

          2. I didn’t mean to make it sound that way of you flaunting it for glorification. I just meant by others who aren’t shy to like not cover it up.

            Very sorry if I offended you. Didn’t intend to. 🙁

  2. I just recently learned about this salt and ice thing on the internet. I never took Chemistry in school. I feel like I’ve been living under a rock, or maybe I should have paid better attention in my science classes, so I could have been able to take Chemistry.

    Whatever the reason(s) for my salt and ice ignorance, I am not going to try this myself. Ice in my house is far too valuable to waste on the outside of my body. I make it in trays (Yeah, my fridge is crapola.), and it is saved for bourbon, and sometimes other liquids that pretend to be good to drink. Like soda, or tea.

    Thanks for sharing these pics with us. It is very interesting to see what such common household items can do to the body.

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