What Causes Water Blisters?

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Blisters are often referred to as "water blisters" due to the fact that clear fluid is trapped between layers of skin. These can be caused by such things as infection, inflammation, trauma, and allergic reaction.
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1 Additional Answer
Water blisters are caused mostly by friction. This is due to warm and wet skin not being able to handle the heat generated by kinetic energy from friction with bats, racquets, shoes, tools among other hand held equipment. Other causes include chicken pox, spider bites, herpes, shingles, sunburns, chemical reactions, scabies, bedbugs and touching poison ivy or sumac.
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