Dummy Foot Blister Care & How to Prevent Blisters | Dr. Scholl's®

Blister / Shoe Rubbing

Skin that has formed a raised bubble and is filled with fluid.

A blister is skin that has formed a raised bubble and is filled with fluid. Blisters can form anywhere on the skin in response to shoe rubbing or irritation.

Blisters on the foot are most likely to form on the back of the heel and sides of the foot. Often, blisters are accompanied by discomfort or pain as they rub against shoes.

Shoe rubbing is the friction and abrasion that can occur when loose or improperly fitting shoes rub against the skin surfaces of the foot. Any rubbing on selected spots of the foot can eventually lead to blister formation.

  • Wear properly sized and fitting shoes
  • Wear shoes specifically designed for your activities
  • Wear hosiery or socks, especially with new shoes or shoes that have seams or rough areas that could cause rubbing

Not medical advice, see a doctor if problems persist.

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