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You shouldn't pop blisters

Blisters are an emergency response designed to provide a protective environment rich in immune cells for new skin cells to grow. Generally, they tend to grow when the upper layers of the epidermis (aka skin) fail, and in doing so, protect against any infection that might try to take advantage of this dead outer layer and get under our skin (literally). So – don’t pop them!

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