Our expert says:
You need to check your shoes, that's most likely to be the problem. Often, shoes are too tight, and that causes inside the shoe to rub against the foot and cause blisters. Also, the socks you wear may contribute, so make sure you are wearing socks that are meant for the activity you are doing. That will really help.
Hopefully these things work - blisters will eventually stop forming, because the skin gets tough and harder and then it's no longer a problem. But if you check the shoes and socks, I'm sure it will help
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