On both feet or one? If on both feet, you may want to have a doctor take a look to see if there is an infection or some other underlying cause that can be treated. If you have this on one foot, and there was pain prior to the blistering, this could be a viral eruption, but without knowing your age it's hard to answer that one. Trauma or blisters due to friction are also possible. Are you on medication? let a doc look.
Skin infection. Might indicate skin infection and it usually settles in a few days If it persists you might need to see the doctor to assess the need for medication and to assess for alternative diagnosis.
My sons tip of fingers and bottom of feet are peeling. They look like little blisters that have popped. Not red or sore?
Dermatologist. For this to occur on both feet and hands means that it is a systemic disease process unless there is some contact/allergic cause or something ingested.see a skin doctor. Read more...