Compeed Foot Care Blister Plasters
Blisters are a problem that can affect everyone, from athletes to people who have to work on their feet all day and anyone in between. Providing you with protection against rubbing and irritation, the Compeed Foot Care Blister Plasters help prevent blister from forming while also helping to soothe any existing blisters you have.
Who Can Benefit from the Compeed Foot Care Plasters?
Designed for both the prevention and the healing of blisters, the Compeed Blister Plasters provide you with a complete solution for dealing with blister pain. Simply cover any current blisters or protect areas at risk of rubbing (e.g. heels) with the plaster to benefit from these plasters.
How Do the Compeed Blister Plasters Work?
Featuring Compeed hydrocolloid technology, the Foot Care Blister Plasters have moisture-absorbing particles that help to support natural moisture balance. Working like a second skin, the plasters have the following benefits:
- Relieve blister pain immediately
- Protect and cushion against rubbing
- Offer fast wound healing
- Stay in place for several days
Sizing of the Blister Plasters
The Compeed Foot Care Plasters are available in two sizes: Small and Medium. Please choose your size according to the size of blister you are wishing to protect. As a general rule, the small plasters are suited to protecting the side of the foot close to the joint of the big toe, and the medium plasters are better suited to protecting the heels.
Please note that the plasters are supplied in different pack sizes depending on the size; see the table below for more information.
|Size ||Pack Size |
|Small ||Pack of 6 Plasters |
|Medium ||Pack of 5 Plasters |
How Do You Use the Compeed Plasters?
- Clean and dry skin before use, ensuring blister area is free of creams and oils.
- Remove the bottom paper, while trying to avoid touching the adhesive side.
- Apply plaster firmly over blister, ensuring the edges are well smoothed down.
- Leave in place until it starts to detach (note: plasters may stay in place up to several days).
- To remove plaster: to not pull upwards but slowly stretch along the skin.