Burns can be very painful. All burns should be evaluated by a qualified health care professional because their treatment is different depending on the degree and type. You can be seen by a primary care physician
such as a family doctor
or an emergency physician. Burns can occur in a variety of forms and degrees. A chemical burn is treated differently from a hot oil burn which is also different from an electrical burn. It the case of your oil burn, I cannot tell from your question how sever it is. A first degree burn only involves the epidermis (top layer of the skin). It usually turns your skin red and it hurts. An example of a first degree burn is a sunburn. A second degree burn involves the dermis and whole dermis and thus can result in blistering. If your burn has produced any blisters, then it may be a second degree burn. The first two degrees are usually treated with topical antiseptic agents and light wrapping. A third degree burn involves structures below the skin an may need surgical attention to remove dead tissue. I suggest that you schedule an appointment today with your primary care physician. He or she can examine your wound, determine what degree is is, and recommend the appropriate treatment.