When pouring the sugar into the mold, be incredibly careful to pour slowly and evenly so there is not splashing. The last thin you want to do is get boiling hot sugar on your skin. Chefs have referred to syrup sugar as “edible napalm” and the sugar is nearly impossible to get off your skin once in comes into your skin. Because it is extremely sticky, sugar will continue to burn long after it has landed on your body. To treat the burn, first cool the sugar by covering it with ice. This is the fastest way to cool the sugar. Then once cool, remove the sugar and treat the burn with aloe. If the burn is bad, a trip to the hospital may be necessary.