Blistering can occur on the skin for many reasons. It can appear after a burn, irritation, and infection. or just appear when a person has recently been battling sickness. Blisters can be painful and appear as little fluid-filled bumps on the surface of the skin. They can be painful and can pop if scratched or just touched. Blisters can look a lot like milia, but they are usually bigger and hurt.
Milia can appear alongside blister or can appear in the areas where the blisters were present, once they disappear. The milia look like small raised bumps on the surface of the skin but they are usually not painful. They are also much smaller and appear closer together. Blisters usually go away on their own and do not require any type of treatment. If the blisters become sore and appear to be filled with a cloudy liquid, they may require antibiotics to prevent infection.