It may seem counterintuitive to use water to heal a blister that appears to be filled with water, but warm water is actually one of the easiest solutions for these annoying conditions. The warm water will help the skin on the top of the blister soften, thus promoting water transfer and allowing the fluid inside the blister to dissipate. Once this fluid is removed, the blister can begin to heal. The warm water also promotes blood flow to the affected area, thus stimulating healing and lowering your chances of the blister skin tearing or becoming infected.
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