Erosion/Laceration is a disruption of the skin exhibiting the loss of the epidermis. A laceration or cut refers to a skin wound.

Treatment ― OTC Drugs
Clean and dress the wound immediately.
Initially, betadine works by killing various microbes. However, continued use of betadine may interfere with wound healing.
Apply antibiotic ointment daily and cover the wound with a hydrocolloid dressing to prevent further infection.

#Hydrocolloid dressing [Duoderm]
      References Abrasion 32119352 
      Abrasions are superficial injuries that occur on the skin and visceral linings of the body, disrupting tissue continuity. They are typically minor wounds, mainly limited to the epidermis, and usually do not cause significant bleeding. Most abrasions heal without leaving any scars. However, if the abrasion extends into the dermis, it may result in scar tissue formation during the healing process.
       Scar Revision 31194458 
      Scars are a natural and normal part of healing following an injury to the integumentary system. Ideally, scars should be flat, narrow, and color-matched. Several factors can contribute to poor wound healing. These include but are not limited to infection, poor blood flow, ischemia, and trauma. Proliferative, hyperpigmented, or contracted scars can cause serious problems with both function and emotional well-being.