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Be nice to your feet and comfort blisters with Spenco Blister Pads. Each Spenco Blister Pad is soft with hydrocolloid pad covered by a thin film dressing to help keep blisters from drying out, promoting fast, scab-free healing. Each application lasts up to 5 days and protects from dirt, bacteria and water (agua). If you have a pair of ruby red slippers that tend to cause blisters, you can use the Spenco Blister Pads to prevent blisters from occurring.
SPECIFICATIONS: Spenco Blister Pads (Fall 2009)
Package contains 5 soft hydrocolloid pads
Each Blister Pad is 2.25 x 1.5 inches
Rated 5 out of
does what you'd think it does...I have never actually used these on blisters, but they are a handy bandage for any small-ish open wounds. I spliced open my chin a couple years back and my mom used one of these on it to make it all better. In retrospect I probably should have gotten a stitch or 2 because it was a pretty decent gash, but this thing actually held up really well. I had to change it relatively frequently, but it healed my chin quite well, kept it clean from infection and left me with a relatively small scar. I don’t think the adhesive was crazy strong though, so if I were to use these for blisters on my feet, I’d probably back it up with some good ‘ol fashioned duct tape to prevent it from coming off on treks.
Date published: 2011-12-29
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