Treating Infected Blister On Foot

Foot blisters can occur due to friction between your feet and shoes. This is usually the result of excess moisture on the skin. Blisters are usually not serious and can be treated at home with antibiotic creams and bandages. Note that it is usually best to let a blister heal on its own, but very painful blisters can be popped with the right tools and proper sanitary practices.


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