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6 home remedies to cure blisters

Blisters

Sooner or later we will all have blisters, which are not usually particularly dangerous to health, but they are annoying. Fortunately, it is possible to end them quickly in the comfort of our home from home remedies such as the following.

1. Saltwater

You can immerse your feet in hot water with plenty of salt to soften the blister. Then, with a sterile sewing needle, you can pierce through the blister and allow the liquid to run out as it dries.

It is preferable that you dry your feet once you have removed them from the container, and that you check from time to time that the ampoule no longer has any liquid.

2. Garlic paste

Applying garlic paste to a blister can help you heal it. This paste is prepared from a peeled and crushed head of garlic.

It should be noted that this remedy is not always effective and that it tends to cause burning.

3. Calendula

Calendula has anti-inflammatory properties that make it a regular ingredient for skincare. Therefore, it is common to hear that rubbing a little marigold ointment on a blister is enough to get rid of it, or at least to help its healing.

4. Apple cider vinegar

Apple cider vinegar has also been recommended as a home remedy to treat blisters. It is possible that this liquid acts as an antimicrobial due to its acidity, which would prevent complications when the ampoule breaks.

5. Corn flour with honey

Applying cornmeal paste with honey would help remove the blister from the skin, although exactly why is not known. You should only prepare the paste, apply to the affected area, and let it act for a few minutes before removing it.

6. Carrot paste

As in the previous case, the paste is prepared, applied to the affected area, and removed.

In case any of these home remedies do not give you the desired effect on your blister, the best thing you can do is consult a specialist and opt for more professional treatment.

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