2Toms BlisterShield Powder
This technologically advanced product reduces friction and keeps you moving.
- 2Toms BlisterShield Powder 70g
Blistershield is easily removed with hand wipes (ex. baby wipes) or soap and water.
Blistershield is talc-free and will not clump or become a paste. It creates a frictionless barrier on your skin while still allowing you to sweat.
Blistershield is designed for external application only, do not ingest.
Blistershield is a powdered Polytrafluorethylene (PTFE) product which creates a dry, reduced friction area, to where it is applied. This helps prevent the creation of hotspots, usually caused by in adequate footwear, which in turn lead to blisters. Here at Blisterhelp, we like the fact that the Blistershield powder absorb water and positively repels it away from the skin. It’s great for applying to the skin or over treatment dressings and taping, to help reduce friction in blister prone areas.
BlisterShield creates an almost friction-less surface on the foot, reducing heat build-up and blister formation. When applied to the foot, this remarkable powder repels moisture….keeping skin dry and blister-free for lengthy periods of activity.
2Toms is a company created by two gentlemen each called Tom! The first Tom (Lewis) of 2Toms has a PhD from MIT in surface chemistry. In his spare time enjoys endurance and extreme sports and is familiar with the frustration and pain of blisters. He began developing anti-chafe formulas for his own use, but lacked a business knowledge to take his product forward to market. Through a mutual friend the first Tom was introduced to the second Tom (Judd), who is also an avid athlete, whilst being an entrepreneur and a business specialist. The two officially launched their company, named 2Toms, in 2002. They produced these products at a request from the Marine Corps as their marines were struggling with blisters and unable to complete the training camps. With an ever-increasing dropout rate, that they wanted to reduce and this is how 2Toms products were created!
Climbing & Mountaineering, Cycling, Football, Hiking, Hockey, Ice Hockey, Ice Skating, Roller Skating, Rugby, Running, Ski & Snowboard, Tennis, Walking
Ankle, Back of the heel, Between the toes, Big toe, Little toe, Tip of the toes, Top of the toes, Under the big and little toe joints