Splinters are easy to get. Removing them, however, could be more difficult.
Yet it needs to be done. Slivers of wood, metal, or glass that become embedded in the skin need to be removed to avoid infection. Use sterilized tweezers or a sewing needle to ease the splinter out, then wash the wound with herbs that have antiseptic and anti-inflammatory properties.
Herbal remedies to cleanse wounds can be especially helpful when dealing with splinter aftermath. Below are some suggestions.