I have been a chef for over 20 years and fortunately I have not burnt myself severely to require first aid. I should really know what to apply to burns but all I know is to run cold water over the burn for several minutes then apply any cream or spray. Or ring emergency services if more serious. The company I currently work for has hundreds of hotels and restaurants and one day a commis chef splashed hot oil over her hand and the 27 year old kitchen manager saw this and didn't do anything. She ran her hand under cold water and a fortnight later it was still scarred. On separate occasions I asked the 27 year old kitchen manager, 23 year old head chef and the 21 year old assistant manageress about purchasing something to spray or rub onto kitchen burns and they all individually said the exact same thing and that the best thing is to run your burn under cold running water. These 3 individuals have been with the company all their brief working lives and have been brainwashed into a particular way of thinking. Surely there is something better than cold water for minor kitchen burns?