You can pop your blister with something sharp, like scissors, a pin or a pocket knife. But what's the best way to pop a blister without a needle?
Wondering should a blister be exposed to the air to let it dry out. Does it heal faster? Well, at best, it's inconsequential. At worst, it delays healing.
Days, weeks, longer? How long does it really take for blisters to heal? Here's a photographic timeline of my last blister showing it took a bit over 6 weeks.
Not every sensation of heat is a sign of a blister coming. Some hotspot sensations lasts a long time but never turn into an actual blister. Here's why.
In ultramarathon running, feet swell and toes can blister, badly. This article shows how cutting holes in running shoes can help you can stay in the race.