Find fast and effective relief from corns with Fortuna Footcare Corn Protection Cushions. Easy and quick to apply, the cushions are suitable for both men and women. Supplied in small packaging ,you can discreetly keep Fortuna Corn Protection Cushions by your side for immediate relief when you need it.
Fortuna is a UK manufacturer of health support aids including products specifically for your feet as footcare is just as important as looking after the rest of your body. Whilst our feet form part of our physical movement, there are some ailments that can make this uncomfortable and sometimes painful. Common foot complaints can include anything from athletes foot to verruca's to calluses and corns.
Corns are small circular areas of thick hardened skin that usually develops on the sole, tops and sides of the toes. Fortuna Footcare Corn Protection Cushions are especially shaped to place over the corn area with a circular opening in the middle. Cushioning the area around the corn can help relieve pressure and pain making walking and movement more comfortable.
Fortuna Footcare Corn Protection Cushions ultra-soft and are made using the latest lightweight materials and work to not only protect sensitive areas of the foot, but may even improve the general condition of the foot.
Yes it is true 'poorly fitting footwear' really isn't good for your feet. Unfortunately Corns are often a result of footwear putting excess pressure or friction on the foot . This causes an area of hardened skin formed by the body to help protect the underlying tissues. Hard corns tend to appear on the soles of your feet and can feel like a stone caught under your foot and soft corns often appear on and between the toes. Wherever they appear, Corns can become painful when they become entwined with the nerves.
So ditch those shoe culprits for a while, seek appropriate treatment from a medical professional or chiropodist and apply Fortuna Footcare Corn Protection Cushions to the affected area for immediate and effective pressure and pain relief.
Follow the instructions as directed on the packaging.
If you have a corn on your foot you should first see a health care professional or chiropodist who will be able to advise you if there is an underlying cause of the corn, or advise why the corn has developed and how you may need to manage your footcare or footwear to relieve the pressure. Home management like Footcare Corn Protection Cushions may then be used to support and provide relief.
If you notice any changes in your health or new symptoms, then stop use and seek medical advice.