Blisters - Symptoms, Diagnosis & Treatment from Your.MD

A blister can develop if the skin is rubbed for a long period or if there is intense rubbing over shorter periods. Friction blisters often occur on the feet and hands, which can rub against shoes and handheld equipment, such as tools or sports equipment. Blisters also form more easily on moist skin and are more likely to occur in warm conditions.…

Mayo Clinic Q and A: Treating burns – Mayo Clinic News Network

Sep 08, 2017 · If a blister breaks inadvertently, wash the area with soap and water, apply an antibiotic ointment, and cover the area with a bandage. See your health care provider if large blisters develop, as these blisters may need to be removed. Monitor the burn daily after each gentle washing and dressing change. Evaluate the burn for spreading of heat ...…

Blisters on Your Feet: Treatment and Prevention

Blisters are small pockets of fluid that form on the upper layers of the skin (the epidermis). The fluid inside a blister is called serum or plasma. This fluid is usually clear, but it can also be red if the blister is filled with blood, or yellowish green if it is filled with pus, indicating an infection.…