WebMD indicates that blood blisters occur when the skin is pinched in a forceful manner and blood vessels are damaged in the process. A common injury that is known to create blood blisters is pinching a finger in a drawe... More »

Blood blisters typically heal on their own over time, explains WebMD. Individuals with blood blisters should apply a loose bandage to the affected area. Blood blisters that are painful and large may need to be drained wi... More »

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If the blood blister isn't too painful, try to keep it intact, says Mayo Clinic. Cover the blister with a bandage, and seek medical attention if it is painful or if it prevents you from walking or using your hands. More »

Popped blood vessels, which often appear on the face, go away, but the process of fading can take quite a while. There are methods a person can use to speed up healing, according to InnovateUs. More »

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 »

Stevens-Johnson syndrome starts with flu-like symptoms, but as it progresses, the condition causes blisters, painful skin that peels off, and red, watery eyes, according to WebMD. Getting immediate treatment for this rar... More »

A scabies infection appears as blisters or bumps on the skin that create thin, irregular burrow tracks, according to Mayo Clinic. The tracks typically appear in skin folds. The other prominent symptom of scabies is sever... More »