COMPEED® Blister Plasters (Small Size)
COMPEED® Blister Plasters (Small Size)
COMPEED® Blister Plasters (Small Size)
COMPEED® Blister Plasters (Small Size)

COMPEED® Blister Plasters (Small Size)

COMPEED® Small Blister Plasters absorbs excess moisture and forms a protective cushion, providing instant pain relief and optimum healing conditions for foot blisters.

x6 # of Plasters
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Hydrocolloid technology

COMPEED® hydrocolloid technology is an active gel with moisture absorbing particles. Thick cushioning redistributes pressure from the blister to deliver instant pain relief. COMPEED® has a tapered edge so it contours smoothly with the skin’s surface. This reduces friction and ensures the healing process is not disrupted by painful rubbing.

Stays in place for several days. Individual experience may vary.

Instant pain relief
Fast Healing
Stays in place for days

Properties of plaster

Properties of plaster
  1. Deep cushioning to relieve pressure and prevent painful rubbing

  2. Ultra adhesive and tapered edges so COMPEED® flexes with movement and stays in place for several days

  3. Translucent edges blend in with the skin

  4. Form fitting waterproof and breathable design keeps natural moisture in and germs out for fast natural healing

Learn how to use COMPEED® in 50 seconds

  1. Clean and dry skin before use, ensuring blister area is free of creams and oils.
  2. Remove the bottom paper, avoiding touching the adhesive side.
  3. Apply plaster firmly over blister, ensuring the edges are well smoothed down.
  4. Leave in place until it starts to detach (Note: may stay in place up to several days).
  5. To remove plaster: do not pull upwards but slowly stretch along the skin.

Compeed Small Blister FAQ

How to Treat Blisters?

Blisters can take several days to heal. Treatments focus on protecting the blister from further friction. Apply a COMPEED® plaster to prevent further blistering and provide instant pain relief.

Are COMPEED® blister plasters waterproof?

Yes, COMPEED® plasters are waterproof. Although contact with water may reduce the adhesion, water will only enter through the edges of the patch, not through the outer film. If the adhesion is reduced , remove the plaster carefully by slowly stretching along the skin and replace with a new one.

How long does it take for the blister plaster to work?

Once applied the plaster can give instant pain and pressure relief. The plaster also acts like a second skin and helps the healing process.