Blisters occur as a result of wearing new or low quality shoes. People, in order to get rid of them burst the blisters by themselves, but that is completely wrong, because the tissue underneath can be easily infected.
The best option is to leave it burst by itself, if you can, but bandage over it. When the blister bursts by itself, it needs to be cleaned on regular basis, until completely healed. With the help of few herbs you can reduce the pain, to speed up the healing and to prevent the possible infections.
Aloe Vera juice turned out to be an excellent remedy for blisters. You only need to apply the juice on the blister and to leave it on.
Barberries, Berberies (Berberis vulgaris)
The barberry plant is used for blister infection. This plant has antibacterial and antifungal characteristics. The tincture or the juice is applied locally, directly on the blister. Because of its strong effect, it should be used in small amounts.
St. John’s Wort (Hypericum perforatum)
St. John’s wort (or Hypericum perforatum) has antibacterial, antiviral and antifungal characteristics. St. John’s wort is rich in hypericin, tannins and flavonoids that have anti-inflammatory characteristics and help in skin epithelization.
Tip plus – blisters can be prevented by wearing comfortable and adequate snickers and clean socks. Moreover, high heels increase the risk of suffering blisters. The can more often appear on wet skin, therefore, if you sweat more frequently, change your socks. And for the protection of your hand, use proper gloves.