Home Remedies to Treat Blisters

Source The Doctors

Blisters are a kind of bubbles that are filled with body fluid, blood or water part of your body called serum. They are usually circle shaped and might occur due to friction, rubbing or extreme temperatures. Blisters can grow into bad medical conditions so we need to treat them. Here are some home treatments for blisters.

•    Let it breathe

Doctors suggest that keeping the blister uncovered in a clean environment will heal it quickly. Remove bandages from the blister when you are at home so that the blister can breathe and dry up. To prevent further infection apply antibacterial ointment on it.

•    Apple Cider Vinegar

Source Longevity Live

Source Longevity Live

Apple cider vinegar has antibacterial properties, so soaking your blister in warm water mixed with apple cider vinegar will treat it. If you don’t want to dip it then pour some ACV on cotton and dab it on the blister.

•    Toothpaste

Source VKool

Source VKool

Apply Colgate on your blister to reduce the pain.

•    Tree tea oil ointment

Use a tree tea oil ointment on your blister as it is an astringent so will dry out the blister.

•    Aloe Vera Gel

Source Skinfood

Source Skinfood

Aloe Vera is a natural anti-inflammatory so it helps in relieving redness and swelling. Plus it’s very hydrating as well. Apply Aloe Vera Gel on your blister to heal it.

•    Green tea

Source Japanese Green Tea KIYOSEN

Source Japanese Green Tea KIYOSEN

Green tea consists of anti-inflammatory properties that promote healing.  First, dip some tea bags in boiling water, allow it to cool and soak your blister in it.


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