COMPEED® Callus Plasters
COMPEED® Callus Plasters
COMPEED® Callus Plasters
COMPEED® Callus Plasters
COMPEED® Callus Plasters
COMPEED® Callus Plasters
COMPEED® Callus Plasters
COMPEED® Callus Plasters

COMPEED® Callus Plasters

COMPEED® Callus plasters contain hydrocolloid active gel technology which relieves pain immediately and helps remove the corn. Not only does it stay in place for days*, it provides optimum cushioning from rubbing and pressure.

*Individual experience may vary

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Hydrocolloid Technology

COMPEED® Hydrocolloid Technology provides instant pain relief due to the cushioned layer which quickly relieves the pressure that causes the callus. The wound healing technology works from the inside out to improve moisturisation which softens the callus, helping to remove it.

Stays in place for days to help prevent further painful rubbing.

Individual experience may vary.

Protects and cushions against rubbing and pressure
Relieves pain instantly
Moisturises and softens the callus, helping its removal
Stays in place

Properties of plaster

Properties of plaster
  1. Deep cushioning to rapidly release the pressure from callus and relieve pain

  2. Ultra adhesive and tapered edges so the cushion flexes with movement to stay in place and protect from further rubbing

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

  4. Designed to fit the ball of the foot where calluses typically appear

How to use

  1. Soften the skin by soaking feet in warm water and remove any hardened skin with a towel.
  2. Clean and dry skin.
  3. Remove the top paper, then the bottom paper, avoiding touching the adhesive side.
  4. Apply plaster firmly over callus.
  5. Leave in place until it starts to detach. May stay in place for up to several days.
  6. Repeat treatment until skin has completely healed.

Compeed® Callus

What is a callus?

Calluses are patches of hardened yellow skin, most often found on the heel or the ball of the foot or on the palm of the hand. Calluses are generally larger than corns and less well defined.

How to treat a callus?

Start by relieving and moisturising the callused skin. Try COMPEED® Callus Plasters to cushion against pressure, moisturise and provide instant pain relief.

What causes a callus?

Repeated rubbing, pressure and weight cause calluses, as is the case when wearing high heels which shifts the full body weight onto the ball of the foot.

How to prevent calluses?

To prevent a callus from forming, try moisturising with a foot cream and exfoliating; this can remove old skin cells before they harden.

It is also a good idea to protect your feet against rubbing and friction, especially if you’re going to wear heels that put extra weight on the ball of your foot.