Toe Cushions

Toe Cushions separate and align irritated or crooked toes. They relieve pressure and friction on sore toes. By Myfootshop.com. 2/package
SKU: 821
Manufacturer: MyFootShop.com
$3.95

Toe Cushions relieve pressure and friction on sore toes. Toe Cushions (also called toe combs), separate and align irritated or crooked toes, protect sensitive areas, support hammer toes and ease pressure on sore corns and calluses. The cushions also keep interdigital spaces dry, inhibiting fungus growth. Comfortable in most shoes. Wash in mild detergent. Latex-free.

One size.  2/pkg.

Indications - Toe Cushions are used in the treatment of corns and calluses, hammer toes, claw toes, mallet toes and broken toes.

Toe Cushions relieve pressure and friction on sore toes. Toe Cushions (also called toe combs), separate and align irritated or crooked toes, protect sensitive areas, support hammer toes and ease pressure on sore corns and calluses. The cushions also keep interdigital spaces dry, inhibiting fungus growth. Comfortable in most shoes. Wash in mild detergent. Latex-free.

One size.  2/pkg.

Indications - Toe Cushions are used in the treatment of corns and calluses, hammer toes, claw toes, mallet toes and broken toes.

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