Corns are the most common of all foot problems and come in various forms. The most common are hard corns and soft corns.
Identifying a corn by appearance and symptom:
Raised, shiny dome of whitish or pale yellow thickened skin.
Hard cone-shaped centre (nucleus). Found mostly on top of toe joints, has no root.
Causes pain when the nucleus presses on the nerve.
Causes : Occurs due to concentrated pressure on the site.
Found in the damp area between toes where skin rubs together.
Feels like a very small stone between the toes.
Combine a measured dose of Salicylic Acid ointment with a soft felt corn ring to relieve pressure whilst the corn is treated.
Salicylic Acid loosens the intracellular cement holding hardened skin together allowing it to flake away, softening and loosening the nucleus to allow clean removal.
Self-adhesive straps make Carnation Corn Caps easy to apply and hold firmly in place.
No more than 3 corns should be treated at any one time.
Each Pack comes with 5 plasters.
Diabetic patients should seek Doctor’s advice before use.
CONTAINS PEANUT OIL. DO NOT USE IF YOU ARE ALLERGIC TO PEANUT OR SOYA.
For external use only.
Keep out of reach of children.
Mild pain has been experienced.
Occasional sensitivity to the ingredients has been reported.
Local irritation or dermatitis may occur.
Discontinue use and remove plaster if excessive discomfort or irritation is experienced, or if sensitivity develops.