Toe Tubes & Toe Protectors

Foot care products change uncomfortable walking into soothing therapy sessions for tired feet; they protect, cushion and reduce foot pain and pressure with every step. Each product such as medical grade mineral oil soothes, and moisturises are designed to help reduce the pain associated with different ailments. Soft Gel Tubes separate toes, protect toes from pressure and friction that rub. Overlapping toe irritations relieve corns and crooked fit comfortably in most footwear.

Directions: Slip over the toe. Test for comfort.  Remove and trim length if needed. As required, pull on hosiery carefully and readjust. Keep nails trimmed and do not wear shoes that interfere with the toe freedom to get the best results.

Care: Hand washes and air-dry thoroughly before reuse. If gel becomes tacky, then sprinkle with talcum powder.

Comfort and protection: These tubes can help whether you’re protecting an affected area from further pain and damage or you’re looking to prevent a condition from developing. These tubes are excellent in protecting your toes from breaking while the new shoes adapt to your feet. These gel toecaps will have you covered from sporting to post-operative uses.

Prevents painful rubbing: Protect yourself from blisters, calluses and irritation caused by walking or light activity such as tennis and golf.

Warnings: Consult your physician before you attempt to use if you have diabetes or poor circulation. Do not use on broken or inflamed skin. Discontinue use immediately if irritation, numbness, and discoloration happen. Visit a foot specialist if symptoms persist.

Corns and calluses: When the skin is exposed to excessive compression or friction, the corns and calluses areas of hard and clotted skin develop. They can cause pain and discomfort when you walk. Calluses are often yellowish; they can grow on the palms, knuckles, and feet. Calluses are bigger than corns but don’t have such a well-defined edge. Corns often occur on bony feet as they lack natural cushioning.

Are corns and calluses annoying you?

In areas of frequent pressure, corns and calluses are annoying and sometimes painful thickenings in the skin. The first step to reducing pressure on these areas is to reduce the pain connected with this condition. Corn protector and silicone finger protector product softens painful corns, calluses and other irritations and shields a toe from shoe friction.

One of the main ways that calluses and corns can be prevented is choosing footwear that fit correctly. Unless the cause of the pressure is stopped, corns on feet won’t get better, and this can be avoided when you get corn protectors/ silicone finger protector right away. They offer all-day pain relief, easy to use and slip-on silicone toe cushions.

Top-notch silicone: Foot-insoles silicone finger protectors assures all-day and immediate pain relief through their comfortable and soft inner lining that is made of superior grade hypoallergenic silicone. They also ensure stability and high durability. They are easily washable and re-usable and help in preventing bunions. They are 100% latex free universal right/left Finger Protector

How to Practice Good Foot Hygiene

Feeling good probably contribute to looking good. Tired and sore feet can have an impact on healthy feet. In addition to traditional enamels, pedicures now include warm paraffin wax to moisturise; reflexology massages to relieve tension throughout the body, and exfoliation methods to smooth skin. Cosmetic and salons companies provide masks to smooth, moisturise and refresh the foot.

You should take proper precautions as with any other treatment. Not all pedicures give good results or safe. The Orthopedic Ankle and Foot Society suggest the following to ensure a safe and effective pedicure:

  1. Soak the feet in warm soapy water for about 10 minutes as this helps clean and soften skin and nails.
  2. Gently remove or eliminate calluses with a Hindu stone, pumice stone or emery board after the foot soak.
  3. Push back the cuticles using a Hindu stone or an orange stick.
  4. Trim toenails straight rather than in a curved pattern.
  5. Cut the toenails in a curved pattern to allow the recessed edges to grow into the skin.
  6. Refine the nail edge using an emery board, maintaining the straight edge.
  7. Apply moisturising lotion and cream to the skin and nail margins.