COMPEED® Corn Moisturising Plasters
- Product description
Targeted and continuous moisturisation
COMPEED® Moisturising Plasters provide continuous moisturisation & cushioning to help treat and prevent those pressure points on the foot developing into corns. Designed to help stop corns before they start.
- How to use
- Clean and dry skin before use, ensuring targeted area is free of creams and oils.
- Remove the top paper, then the bottom paper, avoiding touching the adhesive side.
- Apply plaster firmly over the targeted area, with the moisturising disc centred, ensuring the edges are well smoothed down.
- Leave in place until it starts to detach. May stay in place for up to several days.
- For best results, use COMPEED® until the treated skin has softened and healed. Use as necessary to soften or prevent the build up of hardened skin that forms corns.
- How it works
Do more for your corns than regular moisturising alone.
COMPEED® Moisturising Corn plasters are designed to help prevent corns on the feet thanks to their cushioning and continuous moisturisation. The COMPEED® hydrocolloid technology with its unique softening serum core:
- Delivers targeted and continuous moisturisation into hardened skin layers.
- Protects and cushions against rubbing and pressure.
- Relieves the pain of pressure points and hardened skin that build up to form corns.
Designed to help stop corns before they start.
- Q & A
What is a corn?
Corns are areas of thickened skin on the foot, often painful to pressure.
What causes corns?
Corns are caused by rubbing and pressure on bony surfaces, resulting from poorly fitting shoes. The skin on the foot thickens as a protective response to pressure and friction.
How to treat corns?
Start by relieving and moisturising pressure points on the foot. This can by done by applying a plaster to cushion against rubbing and friction. COMPEED® corn plasters contain a special gel that helps remove the corn while providing instant pain relief.
How can I prevent corns?
To prevent corns, start by reducing pressure and moisturising your feet, especially if you’re going to wear tight shoes. Wearing a hydrocolloid plaster, such as COMPEED® Corn Plasters, can also reduce pressure while maintaining the natural moisture balance.