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A blister forms when skin forms a raised bubble filled with fluid.
You can get blisters anywhere on the skin of your feet where there is shoe rubbing or irritation, but they’re most commonly found on the back of the heel and sides of the foot. Often, blisters are accompanied by discomfort or pain as they rub against shoes.
In addition, you can also get blisters from vigorous activity – even when your shoes fit properly. Friction is the main factor, so any repetitive movement involving your feet can lead to blisters.
Get tips on how to prevent blisters – and help protect them so they can heal.
Not a medical diagnosis. For information purposes only. If you have diabetes, poor blood circulation, or fragile skin, or symptoms are severe or persist, consult your podiatrist or physician before using products.