Don't pop it, just put a band-aid on it. If it is on your foot, don't wear tight shoes.
If you are going to lance it, avoid infection by cleaning the lance and the blister area well. Never tear the skin off as healthy skin may also be damaged. Just let it dry and fall out itself.
Put a sticking plaster (Band-Aid / Elastoplast) on it.
Remove the plaster and wash it gently and dry it thoroughly every night.
Put a clean plaster on it evrey morning until it is gone.
When a victim gets burned and blisters form, that is classed as a second degree burn. As a rule, blisters should NOT be popped / broken - the skin, (Integumentary System), is there to protect your body from infection.=If the blister does pop / break, the injury should be covered to minimise the chance of infection.==REMEMBER: Burn injuries don't bleed - burn victims die from infections!=
cover with bandaid if it has been popped!! you do not want to allow bacteria into the open wound it will cause infection.
soak it every chance you get for about 10-15 minutes in warm-mild hot water. then allow to sit out and air dry. do those steps whether the blister has been popped or not.
avoid popping blister at all costs.
The quickest solution is to amputate the toe.
If you'd rather keep your toe, then cover it with a band-aid and give it some time. The real key here is to avoid additional chafing until the blister dries out.
They all heal By themselves you just dont pop them twice.
Go to your local pharmacy, or if it hurts too much ask somebody else to go.
Ask for a blister pack and should not cost more than a fiver.
Go to the doctors and he will drill a tiny hole though the nail.
I would get an ice cube and wrap it in cloth or tissue, then hold it to your blister. It might relieve pain.
It's most likely a blister.
same problem except from baseball
A fluid-filled raised area on the skin of a finger (or anywhere else on the body) could be a blister. A blister can be caused by a burn or by repeated rubbing, such as blisters on the feet caused by shoes that do not fit correctly.
A blister on the finger that bleeds should be covered and protected from germs. This may have been caused from a friction rub of gloves, scissors, hand tools or other repetitive hand movements.
You get a needle and hold it over a candle or fire and when it gets really hot pop the blister. The heat is to get the needle sterile. If the blister is in a high-use location, like inside the hand, you can prevent it from tearing open later by inserting the sterilized needle BESIDE the blister and coming up from the underside into the blister, then squeezing the blood or fluid out that way. The top layer of skin lays flat and can actually bond back together instead of splitting open. Good luck!
The meaning of the 'blister' in blister copper is for that fact that its appearance is caused by the escaping sulfur dioxide which gives it the blister look.
If the red/purple runs a certain length of your finger then its not getting enough circulation as if a rubber band was tied around it. Otherwise, its most likely a small bruise, or a blood blister.
A blister on the labia
Your blister pops...
The blister kept getting bigger and bigger. If you rub that on it'll prevent blisters. A blister is very painful but a blood blister is worse.