Foot Care

Take care of your feet and shop now for the Foot Care collection.

Carnation Bunion Pads 4pk
Carnation Bunion Pads 4pk

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$11.65
Carnation Callous Caps 2pk
Carnation Callous Caps 2pk

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$11.65
Carnation Corn Pads 9pk
Carnation Corn Pads 9pk

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$11.65
Carnation Chiropody Felt
Carnation Chiropody Felt

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$11.65
Carnation Corn Caps 5pk
Carnation Corn Caps 5pk

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$9.71
Carnation Hydrocorn 10pk
Carnation Hydrocorn 10pk

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$13.12
Carnation Toe Separators 2pk
Carnation Toe Separators 2pk

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$11.65
Carnation Bunion Protector
Carnation Bunion Protector

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$18.46
Carnation Blister Care 10pk
Carnation Blister Care 10pk

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$19.43
Carnation Toe Protector 2pk
Carnation Toe Protector 2pk

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$9.71
Carnation Fleecy Web Roll
Carnation Fleecy Web Roll

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$15.54

Foot Care

Here at Health7, you'll find the best, modern and proven-to-work products and this collection is not an exception. If you are trying to find footpads, caps, corn caps, bunion protectors, and many more, you are in the right spot. 

Our foot pads are proven to help relieve the pain caused by bunions. When dirt and other small solids adhere to living systems, they can slow them down, create blockages, reduce their ability to carry out vital functions, or cause surface wear and tear. The felt pads are shaped to fit around the bunion and spread the load to give maximum comfort, and use a hypoallergenic adhesive to hold the pads in place. 

If you are trying to remove painful callouses, then our Carnation Callous Caps are great for your foot. This product is a clinically proven, all-in-one method to remove painful calluses. The caps combine a large, soft felt ring to relieve the pressure on the callous, together with a measured dose of Salicylic Acid to loosen the thick layers of dead skin.

What helps footpad pain?

1. Rest. Protect your foot from further injury by not stressing it.

2. Ice the affected area. Apply ice packs to the affected area for about 20 minutes at a time several times a day.

3. Take an over-the-counter pain reliever.

4. Wear proper shoes.

How can I relieve foot pain?

You can treat minor foot pain at home.

 - Spend more time off your feet.

 - Massage your feet to ease tension and aches. You can rub your feet with your hands or move them over a rolling pin.

 - Take over-the-counter anti-inflammatory medication for pain.

 - Wear shoe inserts. Over-the-counter inserts may provide enough support. In some cases, your doctor may recommend prescription orthotics, which will be specially made for you.