Blisters don’t only affect women in heels. Take Peter for example, he manages a construction site. Today he’s in new work boots that he hasn’t broken in yet. His day consists of checking the entire construction site, making sure everyone turned up, walking the architects around. Making sure supplies are sent to the right sections, walking the building owners around. Dust and debris start to settle in his boots, blisters are starting to form, and Peter can definitely feel it. But there’s no time for a break or to search for a blister bandage. He toughs it out, but when he gets home, his feet are not a pretty sight. Too bad there were no specialist blister bandages in his toolbox.
The bottom line is, blisters can happen to everyone, and although they may be small, they can catch you out having the power to ruin your day. By keeping blister bandages in your brief case, hand bag or desk drawer, you can prevent a new blister from getting worse or ease the pain of a blister that’s already developed. So your day will be saved and you can keep on walking.