I am a nurse and work in a hospital. One night, a tea light I had burning in a glass holder in my entertainment center just flared up for no reason```` into a 12” roaring flame. To keep it from igniting the entertainment center, I grabbed it and ran with it into the kitchen and tossed it in the sink. The combination of the hot glass, the flame itself and the burning wax gave me a severe burn along my entire thumb and forefinger and the skin in between them. The tissue was burned way down deep; I’d say it was at least a 2nd degree burn. The pain was so intense, that I had to keep the hand in ice water for a half hour to even be able to bear it. Being a nurse, I had some basic supplies on hand, so I wrapped the two fingers and the next morning unwrapped them to discover a huge blister running the length of both fingers. I removed the fluid with a syringe, injected some Mesosilver and re-bandaged the hand. The next day when I unwrapped it, I was completely amazed: the blister was healed and the skin had reattached itself and stayed attached. This is unheard of with a water blister! Not only did the blister completely heal, but it is also completely scar free, which is also amazing. When I showed the burn to a woman at work the day after it happened, her comment was, “That’s going to leave a terrible scar.” When I showed it to her a week later, she couldn’t believe anything burned that bad could heal that completely with no scarring. It blew her away and it blew me away! It still amazes me.