- The top of foot blister: The strappy sandal—in particular the heeled strappy sandal—is usually the cause of this particular blister issue, and since the resulting injury is in full view of everyone, it's best not to treat it with anything too medic
- Side of the heel: These side-heel blisters tend to occur when you wear leather shoes and no socks. Luckily, these
- The top-of-the-toe blister: Though ballet flats are a blessedly comfortable and chic alternative to heels, they can tear the hell out of your toes until you break them in. Luckily,
- Back-of-the-heel: It almost doesn't matter what style of shoe you wear, the classic back-of-the-heel blister will get you. Bring the
- Pinky toe: One of the tiniest blisters, and therefore the hardest to keep covered, is the pinky toe blister.
- The Back-of-the-Heel: Not to be confused with the back-of-ankle blister previously mentioned, the back of ankle blister is for that tiny nick above the heel and below the leg. It's practically impossible to find a Band Aid that will stay on in that