Compeed Small Blister - 6 Plasters

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Alexandra Moses - Medical Content Writer
Alexandra Moses
Medical Content Writer
James O'Loan - CEO & Superintendent Pharmacist
James O'Loan
CEO & Superintendent Pharmacist

What are Compeed Small Blister Plasters? 

Compeed Small Blister Plasters provide instant pain relief from those troublesome blisters. Whilst forming a protective cushion, the plaster absorbs excess moisture and provides optimum healing conditions for foot blisters. Each plaster contains deep cushioning to relieve pressure and prevent painful rubbing, and ultra adhesive and tapered edges to allow the plaster to flex with movement and stay in place for several days. 


Worried about it being seen? These plasters feature translucent edges to blend in with the skin. The form-fitting, waterproof and breathable design keeps natural moisture in and germs out for fast natural healing. This pack contains 6 small-sized plasters.


How to use this product

Always apply Compeed Small Blister Plasters  exactly as described in the patient information leaflet or as your doctor / Chemist4U pharmacist has told you. Clean and dry skin before use, ensuring the blister area is free of creams and oils. Remove the bottom paper, avoiding touching the adhesive side. Apply the plaster firmly over the blister, ensuring the edges are smoothed down. Leave in place until it starts to detach (please note, it may stay in place up to several days). To remove the plaster, do not pull upwards but slowly stretch along the skin.


How do blisters form?

Most of us get blisters from new, uncomfortable shoes, but you may be wondering how blisters actually occur. Blisters are usually caused from the skin being damaged by friction or heat, like the frequent rubbing of shoes or if your feet swell in the heat. The damaged upper layer of skin (epidermis) tears away from the layers beneath and fluid (serum) collects in the space to form a blister.

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