Green Cross Corn Pads Round Felt

Relieves friction and pressure on a callous or corns

R 26


Discovery Miles  260

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Hassle-Free Exchanges & Returns for 30 Days


If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, simply return the items to us in their original condition and packaging within 30 days of receipt and we will issue a credit which can be used to place a new order.

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Wrong size? Don't quite like the colour? You can exchange your purchased item for a different size and/or colour up to 30 days from the day you received it, completely free of charge.

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Corns are the most common of all foot problems.

Causes of corns:

All corns are caused by continual abnormal pressure and friction on the toes causing a thickening of the skin to protect the toe. These abnormal pressures are most commonly caused by bone spurs of the toes, arthritis, a hammertoe condition or ill-fitting shoes (too narrow or too small). Ill-fitting shoes force the toes down the shoe into a clawing position or cram them close together causing abnormal pressure and friction.

Location of corns:

Corns are found on top of the lessor toes or in-between the toes.

Types of corns:

a) Hard CornsThe hard corn is a raised shiny dome of whitish or pale yellow thickened skin with a very hard cone-shaped centre. It has no root but causes pain when the sharp end of the cone, called the nucleus, presses on a nerve. It is mostly found on top of the toe joint.

b) Soft Corns
Soft corns occur in the damp area between the toes where the skin rubs together. They are a pale soft version of the hard corn. Soft corns are primarily caused by perspiration that collects between the toes and since the moisture is always present, the corn tissue does not have an opportunity to dry and harden.

c) Seed Corns
Seed corns have similar structures but are much smaller and are frequently found on the heel where the skin is dry and lacking elasticity. The least painful of the three types, they often feel like grit against the skin.


Removal of the hard skin and thus the corns and nucleus can be achieved either by a Chiropodist or with a medical corn product like the Green Cross Medicated Corn Plaster.


The following Green Cross products offer relief from Corns:
? Corn Protector Plasters (waterproof)
? Foam Corn Pads (oval & round)
? Curex Corn Pads
? Felt Corn Pads (oval & round)
? Toe Caps (small & large)
? Corn and Callous Reducer File

Kindly note that we do not give any medical advice. is a retail website, selling supplements and other health-related branded products (none of which are scheduled medication).
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