If you are referring to the type of burn that you get from touching a hot stove or something of that sort, it is the same as an intense sun burn. If you are blistering badly, call a doctor. Other than that, aloe, cool water(not cold) and asprin. Also try to stay hydrated. If there are any medical people, they might6 be better to answer more specifically.
Also, after some time you can put some neosporin on the burn. Only, after awhile thought otherwise it will "trap" in the heat. Also, depending on how big it is you may want to keep in wrapped or covered in gauze part of the time to keep it clean. Definitely take something for the pain.
Depends on what type of burn and how it occured.
If you got it from touching a hot pan or stove - it shouldn't
blister just look a little red, charred or discolored, run it under cold water. It shouldn't hurt too bad, just a bit of a sting. The sting feeling will go away in about 12 - 24 hours. Having a couple beers is actually a pretty good idea.
no worse than blister... a thired degree burn scorches the skin. down to the fatty tissue. Mine did all but scorch thr top layer so its still consitered a 2nd degree burn but i suppose it feels like a third. Thats what I was told