A blister is a bubble of fluid that oozes from injured tissue and forms beneath a thin layer of dead skin. Blisters most commonly develop in response to a specific injury, such as irritation or a burn, and usually affect only the topmost layers of skin.  Blisters can develop when your shoes rub the same area on your foot. Wearing shoes without socks or that do not fit properly can cause blisters, which can become infected.

To prevent a blister, use special athletic socks, a bandage or similar protective covering over the area being rubbed. Attaching moleskin to the inside of your shoe where it might rub, such as at the heel, can also be helpful.

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Dr. Scholl's® offers a Money Back Guarantee within six months of the purchase date on the following products: Dr. Scholl's® Custom Fit Orthotics, Dr. Scholl's® Active Series insoles, Dr. Scholl's® For Her insoles and inserts, Dr. Scholl's® Massaging Gel® insoles and inserts, Dr. Scholl's® Pain Relief Orthotics and Dr. Scholl's® Odour Destroyers® insoles. If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase of one of the above listed products, we will refund you. Guaranteed.
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