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Listerine and blisters
We know it sounds nuts but applying Listerine to blisters apparently can really assist in healing them! Read more

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Lance it!
If you do get a blister, lance it several times with a sterile needle and apply antiseptic. Do not remove dead skin. Cut a ring shaped piece of moleskin / foot felt that is comfortably larger than... Read more

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Use Compeed
Whenever you get a blister use compeed, its a super easy product which you can buy in most pharmacies like Boots. It is basically a cushion type plaster which protects the blister and can stay on... Read more

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Pre-emptively prevent!
Pre-emptively use compeed or similar cushioned dressing on high risk areas of feet / hot spots to reduce risk of blistering Read more

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Preventing Blisters on your hands from racquet sports
If you are a big tennis, or squash player or use any racquet sport, avoid putting cream on your hands, as it will soften the callaus and make you prone to blisters when you might otherwise have not... Read more

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Aloe Vera eases the pain of blisters
Applying aloe vera to blisters reduces pain Read more

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Double-layer socks
Use double-layer socks, also called twin skin to prevent blisters while walking and/or running. Read more

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Homemade Paste
Create a homemade paste out of baking mixed with water that will dry out the blister and help it to heal. Read more

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Full fat yogurt
Apply full fat yogurt to blisters for 30 minutes to help heal faster Read more

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Boiled water with salt
Dab hot water mixed with salt on blisters to help get rid of the time quickly. Read more

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