A small sac of fluid on the skin is a blister. A blister could be filled with plasma, serum, pus, or blood. Blisters occur on the top-most layers of skin and can be caused by chemicals, cold, heat or friction. Blisters can cause a reasonable amount of discomfort, but it’s important that you don’t pop them as this could slow down the healing process. Rather than going for an immediate response treatment, it’s better to ease into the treatment of a blister. Most treatments can be done at home.
Green tea. The worst thing about blisters is the swelling and discomfort that comes with them. Green tea is beneficial for relieving this pain. Additionally, it helps the healing process as it is loaded with vitamins and antioxidants. To use this treatment, soak a tea bag in boiling water for five minutes. Allow the bag to cool and then put it on your blister. Do this several times each day. Another way to benefit from this cure is to drink a cup of green tea a couple of times each day, nourishing your body with all those healing antioxidants. This too will hasten the healing process.