A blister, which medical professionals often call a vesicle, is a raised section of skin that is filled with blood. If you have ever worn ill-fitting shoes for too long, you are probably familiar with blisters.
When friction between your skin and the shoe results in layers of skin separating and filling with fluid, this common cause of blistering produces vesicles.
Sometimes, blisters are bothersome, irritating, or unpleasant. But in most situations, without any medical attention, they are not a symptom of something serious and will recover. You can see your healthcare provider for a diagnosis if you ever have mysterious blisters on your skin.
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Treat blisters with essential oils:
Apply 1 drop of undiluted lavender and 1 drop of undiluted chamomile roman to the blister. Apply gently and thoroughly but carefully, so as not to break the surface of the blister.