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If corns keep appearing it's worth speaking to your GP, Podiatrist or Pharmacist. Always read the instructions
Corns occur when toes rub against each other or skin is squeezed between your shoe and the bones of your feet. They can be hard or soft and sometimes painful, options are available to help ease the discomfort. Prevention: Corns are often caused by footwear, so try to ensure your shoes are comfortable and give your toes room to wiggle about. Other problems, such as how you walk, can also cause them.
Directions for use
Ensure feet are clean and dry Remove the foam cushion from the backing paper and place it centrally over the corn (adhesive side down), so that the oval shape is lengthways on the toe When using this product to protect a soft corn between the toes, place the cushion between the toes so that the flat edge is against the junction where the two toes meet Press gently on the cushion for a few moments to stick it in place Apply a new cushion daily If the corn persists one of the Scholl corn removal products should be used to remove it (Scholl Corn Removal Plasters, Scholl 2 in 1 Corn Express Pen, Scholl Corn Removal Pads )
Keep out reach of children For external use only If you have diabetes, please seek advice from a healthcare professional before using this product