Preventing Chilli burn
Here are some possible solutions
-Maybe soaking in milk would help your hands
-Automotive waterless hand cleaner, vegetable oil, tomato juice.
-bleach and water solution it will neutralize capsicum ( some people have had the sting go away, others haven’t)
To prevent Chilli burn, use an oil-based substance (such as olive oil) to remove traces of chilli from your hands.
Relieving Chilli burn
For relief from Chilli burn, apply a (safe) acid such as lemon juice to the effected area.
OTHER SUGGESTIONS FROM COMMENTORS, NOT PERSONALLY TESTED SO USE AT YOUR OWN DISCRETION:
Tip from a Thai restaurant – leave a cucumber slice on the affected area.
Tip from sandy kay, rub Vicks Vaporub (mentholated cream) on the skin.
Tip from Jennifer K, olive oil seems to help after the salt rub.
Tip from Jimmy, a Thai remedy is to put toothpaste on the spot.
Tip from yam, smear mayonnaise on the affected spot.
Tip from sarah rub a cut onion on the skin.
Tip from Rebecca, spray degreaser on the skin.
Tip from Josh, swallowing sweetened condensed milk helps due to the high sugar and fat content.
Tip from Thankyou, rubbing Gaviscon on the affected skin helps. From my own experience, Gaviscon works well for normal gastric or indigestion too.
Tip from Jessie James, use sour cream.