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Blisters have been a problem for a long time and although it's not a very serious problem they can
still cause severe discomfort for the person and should be treated right away. There are lots of
medicines and creams you can use on blisters to heal the skin at a faster rate then you normally
would and ideally you should use one of the types of blister products to help you overcome the
blisters.

Blisters are caused from a number of different things including allergies, infections, friction,
medicines you're on and some other reasons as well. The main cause of blisters is due to friction
or too much skin irritability. This is caused for instance from walking with shoes that don't fit or
from playing a video game for too long. The constant friction and rubbing will start to form blisters
on your feet or hands.

There are lots of ways to prevent blisters, but there isn't a way to totally rid yourself of the chance
of ever receiving a blister. All you can do is try your best to wear comfortable shoes and also to
wear protective hand gear for anything that will involve a lot of friction or rubbing. Some blisters
which come from allergies or medicines you're taking can't be stopped or prevented from forming
and you'll just need to deal with them as they appear.

Blisters typically only take about a week to heal completely and then you'll be back to normal.
During that week though you'll feel lots of discomfort and won't be able to apply pressure in the
area of the blister. You also want to avoid contact with anything that will pop your blister because if
your blister pops then you could be in more pain and it also will take the blister longer to heal.




When you do get blisters try treating them right away, one of the best things is simply petroleum
jelly which can be applied to the tender skin to ensure it heals quickly. The jelly also acts as a
protective barrier for the skin that is already damaged and trying to heal. There are also
specialized products designed for blisters but if you don't have any around the house then jelly
works just fine.

Scott Jack - Blisters




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