3. Blisters break
The next stage of the blister’s development is, unfortunately, a pretty unavoidable common sign of folliculitis. Once the blisters are there, you need to let them run their course in their own sweet time, as trying to hurry the process along unnaturally could cause further irritation and aggravation.
Just let those little guys do their thing. Their thing, in this case, is breaking up. The temptation may have been there in the early stages to get a pin or a needle and pop those bad boys, but this would’ve been ill-informed. The blisters will break when they’re good and ready, not when it suits you. The breaking process can be encouraged, not forced, by taking hot baths and allowing the affected area to soak in clean, hot water.
Make sure the skin is dried thoroughly afterward though, or the problem could be exacerbated by a measure such as this. Ice may seem like a good idea, but this could actually slow down the progress of the blisters, and you want them gone as quickly as possible.