First get a potato cut it in half and place it on the burn, the starch from the potato is good for burns.<br />
DO NOT break the blister if it forms.. because of infection.<br />
I don't know how long it has been when you burnt yourself, but if it happens again remember this tip, because the starch from the potato stops a blister forming.<br />
Tomorrow seek help from you Pharmacist.
If it hurts it is a first or second degree burn and should heal on its own, if you keep it clean. If there is an area that doesn't hurt, that could mean you have a third degree burn with nerve damage, and you definitely need a doctor. And obviously if your skin is extremely disfigured you should get it looked at to prevent major scarring.<br />
(I am not a doctor)
Is it blistered badly? And how large is the burn?
If it's bigger than a 50p coin go hospital