Blisters usually develop from friction (a rubbing motion on the skin), from a burn, sunburn, chemical burn, or from extreme cold. They are most commonly found on the hands or feet. A blister contains trapped fluid within the upper layer of skin.
If you are gardening it's recommended that you wear durable, padded gloves. Most gardening blisters occur while raking, shoveling, or using landscaping tools.
Buy gardening gloves made of waterproof materials. This will keep your hands dry and comfortable when working with water and moist soil, and will also help prevent your hands from blistering.
Buy gardening gloves that fit properly. Gardening gloves in the correct size will provide you with a comfortable gardening experience and help prevent your hands from getting blisters.