How long does it take for a blood blister to heal on its own?
Blood blisters should be left alone so they can heal. Blood blisters and friction blisters usually heal after one or two weeks. They heal because new skin forms below the blister's raised layer. Over a period of days or weeks, the liquid in the blister will dry out.
DO Elevate and Ice Your Blister. Once you get a blood blister, elevate the injury to reduce swelling and minimize its size. If your blood blister hurts, especially if it was a result of pinching, use an ice bag wrapped in a towel or a cold compress.
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- Vitamin Deficiency. Certain vitamins have a role in making blood, clotting cuts, and healing wounds.
- Von Willebrand Disease.
- The following treatments can be done at home:
- Ice therapy. Apply ice immediately after the injury to reduce blood flow around the area.
- Heat. You can apply heat to boost circulation and increase blood flow.
- Compression. Wrap the bruised area in an elastic bandage.
- Vitamin K cream.
- Aloe vera.
- Vitamin C.
Updated: 2nd October 2019