No really. I have a friend who works in a kitchen.
put it in cold water and keep it there as long as you can. If it the skin comes off you need to go to a doctor.
I find the mayo Clinic site really helpful. They have a full layout for treating burns. http://www.mayoclinic.org/first-aid/first-aid-burns/basics/art-20056649
lmao... maybe we have stumbled onto a new treatment... quick, bottle it, we'll make a fortune!
Aloe, best cure-all for burns.
Keep it cool and elevated whenever possible. how did you burn it?
Also the pain is good. It means that you have not damaged the nerves.