Treatment options for frostbite blisters include first-aid measures and medical treatment, depending on the severity of the condition, according to Mayo Clinic. First aid care involves getting out of the cold, rewarming the frostbites and taking pain medication. Medical treatment involves whirlpool therapy, skin rewarming and removing damaged tissue.
Avoiding cold exposure helps to prevent frostbites blisters. A person going out in the cold should stay dry and put on loose clothing to reduce heat loss, as stated by Drugs.com. It frostbite does occur, patients should not use hot water, as it may burn the skin. Warm water can be introduced gradually, once the body's core temperature has been restored. Taking over-the-counter medications such as ibuprofen reduces pain and inflammation. A person should not use a stove, radiator, fireplace, or heat lamp for rewarming, states WebMD.