Blisters on your toes can be a painful problem that can affect anyone, especially athletes and other sportspeople who intensively use their feet in sporting events or practices. The Compeed Foot Care Toe Blister Plasters (Pack of 8) help relieve rubbing and irritation while preventing the formation of blisters or even soothing existing blister pain and discomfort.
How do the Compeed Blister Plasters Work?
With Compeed's hydrocolloid technology, the Foot Care Blisters on Toes Plasters have moisture absorbing particles that help support the skin's natural moisture balance. Specifically designed to target blisters on the toes, the Compeed Plaster acts like a second skin that:
- Relieves blister pain immediately
- Protects and cushions against rubbing
- Offers fast wound healing
- Stay in place for several days
Who Can Make Gains with the Compeed Blisters on Toes Plasters?
If you play sports like tennis, rugby or football as a hobby or a profession, chances are you've had blisters form on your toes as a result of friction. These can slow your training progress down, especially if the blister becomes infected. Compeed Blister Plasters for Toes can help relieve this pain, or else prevent a blister from forming. Simply treat the toes which are prone to blisters or cover current blisters with the plaster to speed up the healing process.
Sizing of the Blisters on Toes Plasters
Compeed's Blisters on Toes Plasters are available in one size. They are specifically designed for blisters which occur on the toes and are suitable for everyone. One packet of the Foot Care Plasters contains eight plasters to ensure you remain irritation free.
How to Use Compeed Plasters for the Toes
- Clean and dry your skin before use, ensuring the blister area is free from creams and oils
- Remove the bottom paper, avoiding touching the adhesive side
- Apply the plaster firmly over the blister, ensuring its edges are smoothed down well
- Leave in place until the plaster starts to detach (Note: plasters may stay in place up to several days)
- To remove the plaster, do not pull upwards; instead, slowly stretch along the skin