Will The Skin Of Your Feet Grow Again If You Peel Off?
Initially, the skin on my feet expands and is white and inside contains water, then I exfoliate the skin that expands, and I do not know if there is tilis skin behind the thick skin of the foot and the skin is very sensitive, if the floor will feel very cold, the thing I want to ask is what is the cause and will the thick skin of your feet grow back?
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Blistered skin is an inflammatory condition of the skin due to heat, friction trauma, or repetitive pressure trauma. In patients with blistered skin sores this can be described with a bubbly and water-filled skin along with complaints of pain, tenderness, or swelling and redness in the inflammation area.
The blister treatment process can be done by:
1. give a cold compress to the blister area
2. provide a protective layer with gauze on the skin blisters
3. Avoid breaking down blisters to prevent secondary infections
4. if the blister is open, then treat the blister with an antiseptic and close the wound well. Avoid contact with open blisters with water
In connection with your question, blistering of the skin can occur due to repeated friction at the same point. This condition often occurs in the skin area of the foot that is tight with sandals or shoes that are uncomfortable, and you use it for prolonged or strenuous activities, such as walking far away, sports or work. However, to ascertain the cause, it is necessary to do a direct examination by your family doctor or dermatologist so that the doctor can see and carry out a direct examination. So the doctor can help ascertain the cause.
As for the recovery of flaky skin, it can recover in a few days after the open blisters healed. The healing process can range from 7 days with good care. So it is expected that after 7 days, new skin will form.
Thus the info we can convey.