Most blood blisters on the foot heal on their own and can be treated with only a loose bandage, according to WebMD. Blisters on the bottom of the foot should be protected with a round bandage that is open in the middle o... More »

Injury to the lip generally causes blood blisters on the lip, states Lip Source. An injury may include pinched or bitten skin. Blood pools under the injured skin causing the blood blister. More »

Blood blisters may form anywhere on the body, including the lips, due to small blood vessels becoming damaged, according to WebMD. Most blisters, including blood blisters, are easily treated at home or heal on their own. More »

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