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 » Health Conditions & Diseases Wounds & Bruises

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 » Health Conditions & Diseases Skin Conditions

Blood blisters should be left to burst on their own without puncturing them. If they burst, the spots should be cleaned, dried and protected to prevent infections. The blisters will heal naturally without any medication,... More » Health Conditions & Diseases
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Blisters commonly heal on their own, but treatments such as covering the blister with a loose bandage or draining the blister can help enhance healing, prevent infection and decrease pain, explains WebMD. Torn or drained... More » Health Conditions & Diseases Wounds & Bruises

According to Everyday Health, it's best to cover a blister with a bandage for protection until it dries. This is particularly important to help decrease the risk of infection if the blister has been popped. More » Health Conditions & Diseases Wounds & Bruises

A blood blister on the tongue is called angina bullosa hemorrhagica, or ABH, and is the collection of blood under the skin of the tongue, according to Medscape. It is usually not associated with any other medical issues. More » Health Conditions & Diseases Wounds & Bruises

There is insufficient evidence to prove that bruises treated with arnica gel heal faster than untreated bruises, according to WebMD. Some studies show that arnica gel may be used to effectively treat pain and swelling of... More » Health Conditions & Diseases Wounds & Bruises