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  • Compeed High Heel Blister Plasters (Pack of 5)
  • Compeed High Heel Blister Plasters (Pack of 5)

Compeed High Heel Blister Plasters (Pack of 5)

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Product features

  • Suitable for all blisters caused by wearing high heels
  • Deep cushioning to relieve pressure and prevent painful rubbing
  • Hydrocolloid gel technology offers fast healing
  • Adhesive, tapered edges so it flexes with movement
  • Stays in place for several days
  • Waterproof - Breathable
  • Handy, portable box to carry



Compeed High Heel Blister Plaster with advanced hydrocolloid technology for instant pain relief and fast healing. The unique butterfly shaped design with translucent edges neatly fits under the achilles for ultimate discretion.

Suitable for all blisters caused by wearing high heels.

Hydrocolloid technology
Compeed hydrocolloid technology is an active gel with moisture absorbing particles. Form fitting waterproof and breathable design keeps natural moisture in and germs out for fast natural healing. Thick cushioning relieves pressure from the blister to deliver instant pain relief and prevent painful rubbing. Compeed has a tapered edge so it contours smoothly with the skin’s surface so Compeed flexes with movement and stays in place for several days. 

  • Instant pain relief
  • Fast healing
  • Discreet cushioning
  • Stays in place for several days. Individual experience may vary.

How do blisters happen?
Most blisters form when your skin rubs against your shoes or socks repeatedly over time. The damaged upper layer of skin shears away from the layers beneath and fluid collects in the space to create a firm bubble under the skin  - forming the dreaded blister. They develop very quickly, can take several days to heal, and if they break open they can become infected, making the pain even worse.

Blisters develop most frequently in the summer because on hot, humid days our feet tend to swell up from water retention, causing our shoes to squeeze our feet in certain areas. Feet also get sweatier in the summer. So, when your feet are both swollen and sweaty it’s a dangerous combination, ripe for foot friction.

How to Treat Blisters on Your Feet
There’s lots of activities that can cause blisters too. In ill-fitting shoes, activities like running, fitness, or even golfing and gardening can lead to painful blisters from repetitive movements. Hikers get them frequently, especially when their socks get wet, causing friction in their hiking boots. Any activity that requires a lot of walking, like visiting an amusement park with your family, or a day of shopping can be ruined with shoes that are more chic than comfortable. Going out for a night on the town? You don’t want to wake up with blisters the next morning. Taking a big holiday soon? Watch out! All that walking and sightseeing can leave you feeling cultured, but they can also lead to painful feet.

How to Treat Blisters
Once a blister forms, you should treat it quickly to minimise the pain and prevent infection. If a blister is not properly treated, you can expose yourself to a risk of infection or slow down the healing process.
After gently cleaning the area, apply a specialist blister plaster to cushion the blister from harmful pressure and friction, and protect the wound from bacteria and dirt. Try to avoid wearing anything that irritates the area. It is best not to burst a blister but if it does open up, clean it gently with mild soapy water, if possible soak it in a salt water foot bath for 10 minutes and then cover with a fresh specialist blister plaster. Blisters can ruin a day, but with a COMPEED® anti-blister stick or blister plasters on hand, you can save the day and keep on walking.

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What is a blister?

Blisters are fluid filled lesions that develop in response to repeated friction on the skin. Open blisters can be very painful and take several days to heal.

What causes blisters?

Blisters develop as a result of repeated friction and rubbing, often from tight or ill-fitting shoes.

How to treat blisters?

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

How to prevent blisters?

If you're wearing shoes that make you more prone blisters, protect your feet from rubbing and friction with Compeed Blister Plasters. You can also prevent blisters by wearing two pairs of thin socks when exercising.

How to Help Blisters From New Shoes?
Never fear, with anti-blister sticks and blister plasters you can prevent blisters from ever ruining your big day again.

As soon as you feel a spot on your foot begin to get irritated, immediately apply the anti-blister stick to reduce the friction,
or if a blister has already formed, use a blister plaster to relieve the pain and protect the wound.
It’s a quick and simple way to save your feet and keep you on track. So, the next time you have a special occasion that requires brand new shoes, nothing will stop you.

Side Effects

Before using any medication, it is important to read the Patient Information Leaflet and follow the instructions on the package.

Like all medicines, Compeed |High Heel Blister Plasters can cause side effects, however, this may be less likely.

  • Do not use it if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.

If you get any side effects, talk to your doctor, our Rightdose pharmacists or nurse. 

Consult a doctor before use if you are diabetics or suffer with circulatory problems.

You can help to make medicines safer by reporting any side effects to the Yellow Card Scheme at www.mhra.gov.uk/yellowcard.


Info Leaflet

Before taking any medication, it is important to read the Patient Information Leaflet. You can find information leaflets for your medicines by typing them into the search bar at medicines.org, or by contacting us.

Compeed High Heel Blister Plasters are ultra discreet blister plaster, designed specifically for high heels, provides protection from rubbing thanks to the advanced plaster profile.

  • Suitable for all blisters caused by wearing high heels.
  • Store at room temperature.

Blisters Hydrocolloid Plasters: a first choice treatment for blisters

Blisters are a very common skin condition, but they can bring any good day to a halt. One of the most effective ways to heal blisters fast and get you back on track is with specialist cushioned plasters. Hydrocolloid blister plasters have been proven to consistently outperform standard plasters in terms of pain relief, weartime, cushioning and satisfaction. In a recent international study(1), researchers compared the effectiveness of Compeed hydrocolloid blister plasters to standard plasters for the treatment of foot blisters. Here, you will discover why hydrocolloid plasters are a preferred option than standard plasters when it comes to treating painful blisters.

Hydrocolloid Plasters vs. Standard Plasters: The Results Have Spoken

Normal activities like breaking in new shoes and participating in sporting activities should not mean having to suffer with painful and often debilitating blisters. Hydrocolloid plasters have been shown to be an effective solution for such annoyances and possess important advantages over regular plasters. It's time to examine how Compeed and regular plasters stack up.

Pain relief
Whether you are an avid hiker or enjoy working in your garden, painful blisters on your feet can put a damper on your favourite activities. Compeed’s Hydrocolloid plasters are an effective solution for blisters because they offer greater pain relief than standard plasters(1). In addition, when treating blisters with Compeed blister plasters, blister sufferers were more likely to report immediate pain relief which was significantly better than when using ordinary plasters.

Compeed Hydrocolloid plasters provide more pain relief than standard plasters.

Weartime and adhesion
The last thing you want to worry about when you are out and about is changing your plaster multiple times a day. The study has(1) shown that Compeed’s specialist cushioned plasters stay put twice as long as their standard plaster counterparts because they were designed to stay in place for days. This is important because changing your plaster less frequently helps facilitate healing, hydrocolloid blister plasters are once again the better choice as they need to be changed less often than standard plasters.

Time to healing
Draining or breaking your blister bears the risk of infection, so the primary goal to accelerate the healing of the blister would be to leave it intact as long as possible. If the skin is broken, there is often a common misconception that it should be exposed to the air to help it heal faster but moisture is needed to create the optimal healing environment. An advantage provided by Compeed blister plasters is that compared to standard plasters, Compeed offers an optimal healing environment; hydrocolloid blister plasters absorb excess fluid, aiding the body’s natural wound healing process.

Specialist Compeed plasters offer more comfort when you need it the most. The statistics speak for themselves, almost 2x more people rated Compeed’s hydrocolloid cushioning as excellent versus regular plasters; with 73.4% of hydrocolloid plaster users rating excellent cushioning compared to 38.8% of standard plaster users.




Always read the product information before use. 


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

If a blister worsens or does not heal, stop exercising and consult a doctor.



Always read the product information before use.

  • Consult your doctor before use, if you are diabetics.
  • Do not use Compeed Blister Plasters if you are allergic to any of the ingredients.
  • Do not apply on infected wounds.
  • Do not reuse, to avoid infection.

Store all medicines out of sight and reach of children.



The pack includes:

5x High Heel Blister Plasters

1x Handy portable box


Artificial Elastomer, Tackifier resins, hydrocolloid particles (sodium carboxymethyl cellulose) Plasticiser, Polyurethane film.

Compeed products are made of a Hydrocolloid layer held in place by a polyurethane film and a non‐touch foil. The non‐touch foil is treated with adhesive and covered with a silicone paper until used.

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