how to get rid of blood blisters


The first thing you need to do when treating a blood blister is to apply an ice wrap. The cold temperature will make your blood vessels constrict, which will reduce swelling and stop the internal bleeding.

If you don’t have ice, you can also use a bag of frozen peas or a cold spoon.

Put some ice cubes in a plastic bag and wrap the bag in a small towel.
Place the wrap on your blister for about 10 minutes.
Remove the ice for some time and then apply it again.
Repeat a few times immediately after the injury.

Witch Hazel

Witch hazel contains astringent tannins that not only help reduce pain but also help dry out blisters very quickly. It will also reduce inflammation.

Dab a small amount of witch hazel extract on the blood blister and allow it to dry.
Follow this remedy at least four times a day for one or two weeks.


Cucumbers contain silica, a trace mineral that strengthens the connective tissues in the skin.

cucumber for blood blisters

When applied on the blood blister, it will help reduce swelling, pain and inflammation.

Simply cut a chilled cucumber into thick slices and put a slice over the blister for a few minutes. Repeat the process several times a day for a few days until the blister is gone.
You can also drink a glass of fresh cucumber juice every day.

Aloe Vera

Aloe vera has anti-inflammatory properties that can be useful in treating blood blisters at home. It will also have a cooling effect and alleviate pain.

Apply fresh aloe vera gel on the affected area daily for a few days. If aloe vera gel is not available, you can use aloe vera juice that you can easily find in the market.
You can also mix aloe vera gel and vitamin E oil in equal amounts. Apply it gently on the blister and allow it to dry on its own