3. Allergy or irritants from cosmetics, hair products, or other chemicals
Allergy or irritants from cosmetics, hair products, or other chemicals can cause blisters. Most of the time when you use products for your face, hair, or house, you don’t use gloves. If you’re allergic to any of those products, a blister will form. That’s why it’s important to wash your hands after using products that are full of chemicals. If you can, wear plastic gloves. It may feel weird at first, but your hands will love you for it.
The same thing applies when you clean your home with chemicals, such as bleach and ammonia. If any of the liquid gets onto your skin, blisters will form. You may not even know where the blisters can form if you have been using the product before and nothing occurred. It’s always good to remember what products you used last. Sometimes allergies from using a product don’t occur until months or years later.