By friction of the skin in, for example, tight (but also too wide) shoes, a cushion of moisture is created between the upper and lower skin layers. We call this cushion a blister. If you have a blister, you can tap or puncture the blister. Always ensure that you disinfect the blister well when you puncture it.
It is of course better to prevent getting blisters. Good, fitting shoes are the most important, because this ensures less friction. In addition, moist skin is more vulnerable, so the drier your feet, the less chance of blisters. Good, dry socks are therefore important, as are other means to keep your feet dry, such as talcum powder or a product with aluminum salt (available at the pharmacy).
FOOT CARE BLISTER
Below you can also see a number of products that can help you protect your skin against the formation of blisters and treat existing blisters.
The hiking kit has everything for the care of your feet in one handy bag.€39,95
Now your corns can finally be treated.€8,95
Pressure relief for hammer toe.€16,95
So gentle, so absorbent.€11,95
Comfortable, user-friendly and effective.€11,95
A must have for every medicin cabinet!€9,95
This can't be missed in your first-aid kit.€14,95
Wounds will heal quicker than ever!€14,85
Finally a plaster that is comfortable and painless.€9,95