Blisters are fluid filled bumps that look like bubbles and they develop when the outermost layer of skin detaches itself from the layer underneath forming a gap which is filled by the natural secretion sebum.
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Trying to eat fatty acids, linolenic acid and linoleic acid which are contained in cold pressed vegetables oils such as flax seed oil, sunflower oil and walnut oil can help. When these are consumed they are converted into prostaglandins which act as anti-inflammatory agents.
Ensuring you get enough Vitamins A and C from leafy green vegetables, yellow and orange fruits and vegetables will also help because these aid the healing of skin tissues.
Citrus fruits and blueberries contain bioflavonoid which are organic compounds found in plants and not directly involved in growth, development or reproduction. They are known for their antioxidant activity which works with vitamin C to speed up the healing process.
Other treatments include:
Dabbing calendula ointment or aloe vera onto an open blister.
Adding an antiseptic thyme infusion to the bath
Placing crushed, fresh dandelion leaves or juice onto a blister.
Don’t pop or open a blister as this increases the risk of infection.
Place a cloth spread with honey over an open blister as honey has antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties.
If you have suffered blisters because of a chemical hair treatment due to your hair dresser’s negligence you may be entitled to compensation towards any extra hair or medical treatments you required to remedy the problem and towards any embarrassment or discomfort that you endured.
To receive advice and help for your situation call Free phone 0800 652 4321 or 01642 252828. Alternatively, visit the website at http://www.mackssolicitors.co.uk and complete the online claim form. Macks Solicitors will be happy to give you free expert advice on making a compensation claim for the extra expenses and for your emotional and physical injuries. Making a claim through Macks Solicitors will not cost you anything and you will get to keep 100% of any compensation you are awarded.
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