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JOHN12085 Compeed

Compeed Plasters Active Corn Remover With Salic - 6's

by Compeed
£5.40£6.49
5.40
  • COMPEED® Corn Active Plasters contain hydrocolloid technology, an active gel which improves moisturisation
  • Compeed plasters active corn remover with salicylic acid
  • Combined with salicylic acid it helps to remove corns.
Quantity:
  • Expected Despatch By 12/12/2016
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Description

Product Description

    • Combined with salicylic acid, it helps to remove corns
    • COMPEED® hydrocolloid technology is an active gel which improves moisturisation
    • COMPEED® plasters acts like a second skin to support the natural moisture balance to:

      Protect and cushion against rubbing and pressure
      Relieve corn pain instantly
      Moisturise and soften the corn, with salicylic acid, helping its removal


      INSTRUCTIONS:

      Clean and dry skin before use, ensuring targeted area is free of creams and oils.
      Remove the top paper, then the bottom paper, avoiding touching the adhesive side.
      Apply plaster with the embedded disc centrally over the corn, ensuring the edges are well smoothed down.
      Leave in place until it starts to detach
    • After maximum 48 hours, remove the plaster.
      Soak the affected area in warm water for 5minutes before removing loosened skin
      Repeat this procedure as necessary for up to 14 days.

Warning

  • Do not use if you are diabetic or hypersensitive to salicylic acid or suffer from poor blood circulation. Pregnant women and children: only use with doctor approval.
  • HCODE

    JOHN12085

  • MANUFACTURER

    Johnson & Johnson

  • EAN CODE

    3574660139938

  • CONDITION

    NEW

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