SeamFil (Laminate Repair goop) and FormFil (Color matched caulk) would not work well in this situation. Since just the laminate color layer blistered and is very thin, they will "come out" given time. Now, unless you have access to a postform machine (which is basically a big really hot table) and unless you want to pay to get it re-laminated, there is only one thing you can really do, cut it out. Cut out a piece of plywood a bit bigger than the damaged area and place it over the damage area and with a really sharp razor run the knife along the plywood to score the laminate (try to make straight cuts), you will need to do this a few times to get through the laminate, not many since the postform laminate is less than a 1/16 of an inch. Since you probably don't have laminate lying around and it looks white, I am going to take a guess they just used thin Designer White (Wilsonart 354), you could go to a local cabinet/counter shop and ask for a small piece, or if not 354, bring the piece you just cut out. If the shop has been around for a while, they have tons of laminate in stock and should be able to match it. Take the same piece of ply and cut out a square of lam from the new piece, and place it in. You can use carpenters glue or contact adhesive. Oh, yeah don't forget to remove the cut out laminate. You can use a heat gun to soften the glue underneath but be careful of the surrounding lam.