An Effective Solution for Heel Blisters & Calluses

With all the blister care products available today, it can be daunting for consumers and healthcare professionals to navigate all the marketing literature and retail store shelves in search of a truly effective solution. From blister bandages to gel & foam patches and moleskin, the options for fixing blisters are seemingly endless.

When Tamarack Habilitation Technologies introduced ENGO® Blister Prevention Patches in 2004, the company focused on providing a truly long-lasting and effective blister product for athletes. What makes ENGO® unique, however, is the patented ultra-low friction material that allows human skin to glide smoothly over the surface without causing irritation, heat (caused by friction) and blisters. The same technology has been used on footwear and devices in the orthotic & prosthetic healthcare industry under the name ShearBan® since 1998.

Fix your footwear to fix your feet….

Customers of ENGO® Blister Prevention Patches know where their troubling blister spots are – typically the heel, ball of the foot or toes. And they understand that their activities don’t need to result in sore feet and unsightly blisters and calluses. ENGO® users aim to prevent blisters by patching the troublesome locations within their shoes – NOT on their feet.

Let us show you our approach to foot blister care. If you’re not satisfied that ENGO® Blister Prevention Patches are effective at preventing and relieving your blister pain, we’ll give your money back!

ENGO® Blister Prevention Patches are available from sports medicine suppliers & specialty athletic retailers across the U.S.A. and U.K. Locate a retailer near you or buy direct from the manufacturer at www.GoENGO.com.

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