Skin infections caused by staph manifest in different ways, sometimes forming boils that cause redness and swelling or sometimes causing impetigo, which features large blisters that may ooze fluid and have honey-colored crusts, according to Mayo Clinic. Cellulitis, characterized by swelling, redness and weeping sores, may result from staph infection.
Another staph skin infection is staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome, notes Mayo Clinic. This type of infection produces a rash with blisters that break off, taking the top layer of skin with them and leaving behind a raw, red surface that mimics the look of a burn.
All staph skin infections, including those with painful, red or irritated skin and pus-filled blisters, require medical evaluation, notes Mayo Clinic.