Well, the back rub oil I have been making for my husband's back works great (I'll write about that another time), so I decided to make some for my burn in the same manner.
I used about an ounce of olive oil maybe, added a little bit of vitamin E oil (because it's moisturizing and good for the skin). To that I added some essential oils, which will be abbreviated eo from here on out. 5 drops lavender eo (for burn healing and calming), 5 drops geranium eo (for it's wound healing properties), 5 drops of frankincense eo (for both wound healing and as scent fixative), and 2 drops tea tree oil (to act as antibacterial). Mix well and apply liberally as needed. I just touch my finger to the oil after shaking the closed bottle and rub it gently on the affected areas.
I'll keep you posted how it worked, but I wanted to keep track of the recipe I used too so I can make it again.
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8/17 Update: The treatment worked great, but the oil left a scaly layer behind unless it is rubbed throughly into the skin. I may try rubbing alcohol as my base next time since burns don't like being touched and massaged too much. I treated only the facial wounds and left the others only using aloe and the burns on the face are already completely healed with no trace of burn left while the arm and chest spots are still evident.