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Thursday, 09 August 2018 00:00

Home Remedies to Get Rid of Blisters

Blisters are sacs of fluid that develop on the bottom of the foot. These blemishes are typically the result of wearing shoes that do not fit your feet properly. There are natural treatments and home remedies that many people use to treat blisters that appear on their skin. For instance, aloe vera is considered to be the “mother’s cure” for everything; including blisters. This treatment works when you apply the gel to the blister; it will initially cause a burning sensation, however this is a sign that the treatment is working. After the gel dries up, the blister should be rinsed off with warm water and the process should be repeated twice a day. Green tea is another at-home treatment that may be used to treat blisters on your feet. The tea has anti-inflammatory properties and healing properties that allow it to ease the pain and reduce swelling. In order to start the treatment, dip the tea bag in hot water and add baking soda. After the tea bag is cooled off, apply the bag to your blister and dab it for some time. This process should be repeated two to three times a day.

Blisters are prone to making everyday activities extremely uncomfortable. If your feet are hurting, contact one of our podiatrists of New Jersey Foot & Ankle Centers. Our doctors can provide the care you need to keep you pain-free and on your feet.

Foot Blisters

Foot blisters develop as a result of constantly wearing tight or ill-fitting footwear. This happens due to the constant rubbing from the shoe, which can often lead to pain.

What are Foot Blisters?

A foot blister is a small fluid-filled pocket that forms on the upper-most layer of the skin. Blisters are filled with clear fluid and can lead to blood drainage or pus if the area becomes infected.

How do Blisters Form?

Blisters on the feet are often the result of constant friction of skin and material, usually by shoe rubbing. Walking in sandals, boots, or shoes that don’t fit properly for long periods of time can result in a blister. Having consistent foot moisture and humidity can easily lead to blister formation.

Prevention & Treatment

It is important to properly care for the affected area in order to prevent infection and ease the pain. Do not lance the blister and use a Band-Aid to provide pain relief. Also, be sure to keep your feet dry and wear proper fitting shoes. If you see blood or pus in a blister, seek assistance from a podiatrist.


If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office located in Oradell, NJ, also serving the areas of Paramus, Westwood, Hackensack, and Fair Lawn. We offer the newest diagnostic and treatment technologies for all your foot care needs.

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