Today in our blog we will see how you can heal blisters. A blister is nothing but a lump of skin containing liquid and formed between two of the layers of the skin, the epidermis and dermis. They usually appear on the hands or feet and are created as a defense mechanism of the skin against aggression, such as a continuous friction with shoes or burns.
How to cure blisters
Among the remedies that you can use to cure blisters are:
Cornmeal: In the event that you have burst the blister, take cornmeal and mix with honey to make a paste. Then apply it on the affected area, avoid possible infection.
Aloe Vera: This plant will help alleviate the pain caused by inflammation. As is also a natural moisturizer, it will help keep the area moist and therefore it heal faster. You have to look at that if we buy a product containing aloe vera this does not also have alcohol.
Pain: Sometimes the blisters are really painful to remove that trouble to take over an ice and rub the area with an ice cube.
Vaseline: The Vaselines are quite effective against blisters, but are a bit sticky as itis better to use it at night.
Apple cider vinegar: This liquid contains certain antibacterial properties thereby prevent infection would get. As surely pique, use it gently and in small quantities.
Poultice carrot: Grate a carrot and apply to the affected area. Keep the poultice for about 15 minutes then remove.
Saltwater: Pour some salt on cold water and then wet a clean cloth and apply it on the blisters.
Tips to avoid blisters
Blisters often arise because of our own carelessness. Without intending or simply not paying due attention, we ended by stressing our skin. To prevent blisters, follow these tips.
- Protect your hands with gloves if you’re going to perform an activity involving a continuous touch with your hands.
- Avoid liquids or surfaces that are very hot.
- Try to use appropriate footwear; it is not too loose or too tight. It is also advisable to use socks.
We hope these tips you can avoid and if necessary cure blisters. Do you know any other remedy against blisters? If so be sure to share it with us in the comments of this post.