Treating Infected Blister On Foot
If you've ever broken in a pair of shoes or worked in the garden, you're probably familiar with getting blisters. Blisters are small bubbles or pockets of fluid caught within the upper layers of skin. You can get blisters from friction (rubbing), burns, infections, cold or by exposure to some chemicals (including some medications). If you are dealing with an infected blister (one filled with green or yellow fluid), you'll need to carefully monitor it for improvement. While in some cases you can treat an infected blister at home, more severe cases require medical attention.