3. Do I need to pop the blister? What should I do if it popped accidentally?
Ideally a blister should not be ruptured. This is because the blister exists to protect the skin underneath from additional infection. If a blister is already open, the remaining skin layer should not be removed. Either way, it’s important to protect the wound from external influences and contamination. So, carefully clean and dry the affected area before applying anything to it. If the blister is already deroofed we recommend additional disinfection.
Elastoplast Blister Plaster relieves pain from pressure and friction immediately and creates an optimal moist wound healing environment that allows the wound to heal faster. During the healing process, the blister is sealed and protected from dirt and bacteria.