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How can I prevent blisters?

Related Topics: Skin, Blister
 

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  • Wear work gloves. Jobs you do only occasionally, such as shoveling snow or raking leaves, are great for raising a blister or two.
  • Break in new shoes gradually and put petroleum jelly or an adhesive bandage on areas that take the rub -- before the blister happens.

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