My husband had purchased some Burn Gel at last year's show. A couple of months ago I was making some turkey soup from scratch. I had boiled the carcass in a large soup pot and was starting to strain the broth and transfer it to another pot to make the soup. I usually allow the broth to cool so that if some of it spills during the transfer no one will be burned. I thought I had allowed the liquid to cool long enough before attempting the transfer but I hadn't. There was some spillage and it went all over my hand. It wasn't really hurting as I quickly washed the broth off my hand in some cold water and finished the transfer; however a few minutes later I realized that I had indeed been burned as my hand had turned bright red and the degree of pain had intensified to that of a bad sunburn. My husband retrieved the Burn Gel that had been unused until now. He covered the burned area with the gel and instantly the pain ceased. Because the gel was all over my hand and I couldn't touch anything without getting gel on it, I slipped on a disposable glove. About an hour later I still hadn't felt any pain, removed the glove and saw that my hand's color had been restored to normal. So I washed the gel off my hand in hot water--and since there was still no pain, I threw the glove away. Over the years I have had my share of burns: sunburns, grease burns, boiling liquid burns and a more serious burn (almost, if not, a third degree burn) that required a physician's care. In the process to try and relieve the burn pain and speed the healing up I've used ice, tea, aloe, zinc oxide, various moisturizers, something with silver in it that the doctor prescribed for me and probably a few other things and nothing has ever come close to working like this Burn Gel. The most that ever happened was I got temporary pain relief, but once the substance I was using wore off the pain returned. I can, have and will continue to highly recommend the Cool Blaze Burn Gel.