- Most blisters are formed due minor burns or friction. Blisters have fluid filled inside it and it allows the skin below to form and the fluid protects the broken skin below and allows it to heal
- It is best not to puncture blisters if it is not big, in most cases the blisters heal with time on it’s own
- The fluids inside blisters are usually clear, but in case it is yellowish or whitish the area may be infected and needs medical attention
- If there is puss in the blister, the area around is warm and reddish then there may be infection. It is best to consult a doctor. In minor cases antibiotic creams can be used
(Expert’s advice recommended).