Blisters on the feet can make movement difficult and painful, especially if you're on your feet for intensive sporting activities. The Compeed Foot Care Mixed Blister Plasters (Pack of 5) are our best-selling blister plasters which help to relieve the pain of blisters and prevent them from occurring.
How Do Compeed Foot Care Plasters Work?
The plasters use hydrocolloid technology which contains particles that absorb moisture and maintain a natural moisture balance. The Compeed Mixed Plaster Pack stays in place for up to several days and acts as a second skin in order to:
- Immediately relieve blister pain
- Cushion and protect against chafing and rubbing
- Offer fast wound healing
Who Can Make Gains with the Compeed Blister Plasters?
Depending on your situation, Compeed Plasters can either prevent future blisters or treat existing blisters. As a sportsperson, it's important that you stay on top of your game. So even if you don't have a blister at the moment, protecting your feet from future pain will help you in the long run. This makes it an ideal pack for long distance runners, trail runners, cyclists, footballers, and many more.
While the Medium Plasters and Small Plasters can be used for feet in general, the provided Blister on Toes Plaster is most suitable for use on the toes. All types of the plasters protect blisters so they can heal more efficiently. Providing you with a number of different plasters that are suitable for different areas, including the heel, the side of the foot and toes, the Compeed Mixed Blister Plasters are ideal for people susceptible to blister development.
Types of Blister Plasters
The Mixed Pack of Compeed Foot Care Blister Plasters have three types of plasters inside each pack:
- 2 x Small Blister Plasters
- 2 x Medium Blister Plasters
- 1 x Toe Blisters Plasters
These provide you with a number of choices so that when a blister forms, you are able to tackle issues straight away.
How to Use Compeed Plasters
- Clean and dry your skin before use and ensure the blister area is free from creams and oils
- Remove the top paper and then the bottom paper while trying to avoid touching the adhesive side
- Apply the plaster firmly over the blister, ensuring the plaster's edges are well smoothed down
- Leave in place until it starts to detach (plaster may stay in place for several days)
- To remove the plaster, do not pull upwards; instead, slowly stretch along the skin