What are Blisters?
Blisters are uncomfortable, raised, fluid-filled bumps that often appear on your feet. The blister can be clear or filled with blood depending on the severity of the trauma.

Causes of Blisters
Blisters are a common occurrence, this can be caused from wearing poor fitting shoes that are either too tight or a type of shoe such as heels, flip flops, slip ons or wellingtons.

Treatments for Blisters
To treat a blister, keep the area clean and protected using a non- stick sterile dressing (not a plaster) and change the dressing daily. To clean the area, pour tepid boiled water over the blister, dry and redress.

If you have diabetes, poor circulation or immunocompromised then can you please seek advice from a HCPC registered podiatrist.

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Frequently Asked Question

How long do blisters last?

Blisters usually heal on their own within one to two weeks. Wait until your blister has healed before resuming the activity that caused it. Keep the area clean and protected to help it heal faster. 

Should I pop a blister?

You should not  ‘pop’ a blister as this opens the area up to infection. However, if it does ‘burst’, avoid removing the top layer of skin as this adds extra protection from infection. Keep a popped blister clean, dry and protected while it heals.

How do I prevent blisters?

To prevent blisters from forming in the future, remove the shoes that created the blister and look for a good quality, well-fitting pair to support and cushion your feet. Discover a range of stylish, comfortable shoes from Simply Feet.

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