I have read some comments about Compeed and problems with it's use. I have used Compeed before blisters and after a small one has already appeared. I think that the trick is that you are not supposed to take it of every day, but let it stay as long as it holds. The istructions on the paccage are good, but here are my suggestions. Warm Compeed between your hands for a while before applying. Put Compeed on absolutely clean, not infected skin and press it gently for a moment so that also the ends get attached. Let it stay as long as possible, if it's attached well. This way I have kept Compeed for more than a week, without any problems. No blisters, or with small ones the skin still in good condition after removal. Remove the Compeed by pulling it "horisontally", not upwards. And never, ever put it on already infected skin, big trouble ahead in that case. This worked for me, but everybody has a responsibility of their own. I recommed Compeed if blisterproblems arise.