If my hands are leather I can't get blisters. Brilliant!
it's cool to find out what and why there's that anguished shout about blisters at the end of Helter Skelter.
But given that one can potentially die from an untreated infected blister, I don't recommend just ignoring a raw blister. If the skin over the blister is intact, then ignore away.
Honestly, that case I linked was an extremely specific, rare instance. The guy had pre-existing conditions, though it didn't mention that in that article. I was really just linking it more to show how you never really stop getting blisters in the sport. The guy had been rowing for decades, and he still got them. Edited, Mar 13th 2013 5:20pm by IDrownFish