Compeed® Blister Cushions

Compeed® Blister Cushions

The next step in advanced Blister care.


Don’t let painful blisters slow you down. Get Compeed - scientifically advanced blister cushions from Europe’s leading blister brand and backed by 40 years of expertise in wound care. Compeed Blister Cushions use hydrocolloid – a moist wound healing technology - to deliver instant pain relief, long lasting protection, and accelerated natural healing.

A hydrocolloid is a moist wound healing dressing. It is an active gel containing particles that absorb excess wound liquid. The dressing swells to form what appears to be a white bubble, creating a shock-absorbent layer which protects the wound from further rubbing. The hydrocolloid in Compeed Blister Cushions acts as a second skin to maintain the natural moisture levels, allowing fast wound healing with no scab and therefore reducing the risk of scarring.

They come in both small and medium sizes, within a small portable case that can always be on hand in your purse, briefcase, gymbag or backpack so you can be ready for every step ahead!

Key Features
  • Waterproof
  • Form Fitting
  • Latex Free
  • Easy to Apply
  • Discreet
  • Hypoallergenic
  • Stays on for days


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Within 24 hours of application, you may see a white gel or bubble start to form in the center. This is normal. It is actually a visible sign that the Compeed Blister Cushion is working. That is, it is absorbing the excess fluid around your blister and forming a protective "cushion" so you don't feel the pain of continued rubbing and pressure on your blister.

Compeed Blister Cushions are designed to stay in place for up to several days while your blister heals. It will start to detach around the edges on its own when it's ready to be easily removed. To remove the cushion before it detaches itself, do NOT pull upwards. Instead, slowly stretch along the skin. If desired, baby oil or warm water can be used to help remove.

Not recommended for Diabetics or those with poor circulation or on areas of fragile skin.