Rub it with aloe, preferably directly from the plant itself. I've always kept an Aloe plant handy for burns. Just break off a leaf, rub the goo that comes out onto your burn, and it feels better and seems to heal faster. Aloe is a pretty sturdy plant too, so even if you don't have a green thumb, it's pretty hard to kill it.
Soak it in cool water to ease the pain and just let it heal naturally; don't pop the blister(s) if you can help it.
Just keep it clean so it doesn't get infected. The broken blister will actually heal just as well as the unbroken blister would have. It takes a really long time for the skin to regenerate and didn't it hurt like hell? OMG I can't imagine those poor souls on the burn ward with large portions of their flesh burned to a crisp. The agony!
I put it immediately in a glass of ice.the hurt goes quickly and u dont scar.
cover it with...another scar! haha no don't do that.