Diabetic Blisters are also known as bullosis diabeticorum or diabetic bullae. With reduced skin moisture, dulled surface sensitivity and insufficient circulation, diabetics fight a constant battle with skin problems. These large, irregularly shaped, clear bumps develop on the legs, arms, hands and feet. Although unsightly, diabetic blisters typically aren't painful or irritating. Some people report experiencing a light tingling sensation at the affected area, but since this condition often coincides with neuropathy (lasting numbness), patients may only discover the blisters after looking at the affected area.
Diabetic blisters only present in about one half of one percent of people who suffer from diabetes and are not harmful, as long as they are treated proactively. Left unattended, blisters can become infected and grow into serious wounds, sores or ulcers. Treating diabetic blisters requires diligent cleaning of the affected area throughout the healing process. Terrasil Wound Care guards against bacterial infection to promote healing and minimize complications.
Find Relief from Diabetic Blisters Now!
terrasil Infection-Protection Wound Care Ointment
- More than 3X the bacteria-fighting power of other products* to stop the germs that delay diabetic blisters from healing
- Relieves blisters of burning and discomfort
- Customer report relief within 1 to 7 days‡
- Designed for easy, at-home use: no complicated therapies or procedures
- 90-day, risk-free guarantee
‡ Expected product performance is based on customer experiences, as stated in customer feedback submitted over a seven-year period (as of September 4, 2012). The most reported period of time to see improvement is 2 days. Treatment times vary based on the user's overall health, the age and size of the wound, and the severity of any existing infection. * Based on bacterial viability assay testing performed using a Becton Dickinson FACSCalibur™. Products tested were Bacitracin and triple antibiotic ointment.