Compeed Bunion Plasters
- Product description
Instant relief from pressure and rubbing
Specially designed to fit around the foot,COMPEED® Bunion Plasters provide instant relief from pressure and rubbing; helping to prevent blisters and further hardening of the skin. Exactly what you need to give your bunions a break
- How to use
- Clean and dry skin before use, ensuring bunion area is free of creams and oils.
- Remove the top paper, then the bottom paper, avoiding touching the adhesive side.
- Apply plaster firmly over bunion, ensuring the edges are well smoothed down.
- Leave the plaster in a place until it starts to detach. May stay in place for up to several days.
- Replace with a new COMPEED® plaster as often as required.
- How it works
COMPEED® Hydrocolloid Technology is an active gel which improves moisturization. COMPEED® bunion plaster acts like a second skin to support the natural moisture balance, to:
- Provide instant pain and pressure relief.
- Cushion the bunion from further rubbing.
- Prevent blisters and hardened skin.
Stays in place for several days. Individual experience may vary.
- Q & A
What are bunions?
Bunions are hard lumps on the big toe joint. They can be incredibly painful.
What causes bunions?
Inward pressure on the toes can lead to bunions, as the toe points towards the foot and the joint is pushed out. Tight and uncomfortable shoes can also aggravate this condition.
Bunions can also be caused by underlying medical conditions, if in doubt consult your doctor.
How to treat bunions?
Surgery is the only permanent cure for bunions. Fortunately, you can minimize friction and rubbing on the hardened area. COMPEED® Bunion Plasters cushion the skin to prevent further rubbing, providing instant relief from pressure and hardened skin.
How can I help prevent bunions?
It may be possible to delay the progression of bunions by taking care of your feet. Avoid unnecessary pressure by wearing properly fitting shoes, especially near the joint and toe area. For those occasions that require fabulous shoes, cushion the area to minimize pressure.