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Band Aid Brand Friction Block Stick .34oz, Boxes (Pack of 3)

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96 customer reviews

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  • Instantly reduces rubbing on skin
  • Invisibly prevents friction from shoes
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Product Description

BAND-AID Friction Block Stick has a lubricating formula that glides on smoothly to instantly reduce rubbing on skin. It forms an invisible barrier, making it ideal for open shoes, and provides an easy, non-messy application

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 6 x 5 x 4 inches ; 1.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.2 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001N0LJ8I
  • UPC: 381370057635 885272201603
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (96 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,617 in Health & Personal Care (See Top 100 in Health & Personal Care)
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45 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Georgia Mom VINE VOICE on October 29, 2010
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I will say I did not use this in the recommended way, for shoe blisters, because I tend not to keeps shoes that cause blisters. What I did want this for, I am almost embarassed to say is chafing in other areas. I don't consider myself overweight, but by darned if my upper inner thighs don't chafe like crazy when I sweat. It has been to the point that I felt like my skin was ripping off and I get actual swelling in the chafed area. I thought this might help, so I applied it and it worked like a charm for me. What was also helpful and hopefully not a fluke was that my shorts did not seems to ride up as much between my legs. The container is smaller than a travel size deoderant but pretty much is used in the same way. I wish I could review how it works with shoe blisters but like I said, I have no shoes that cause blisters, but I do like how it works with chafing and it would be my guess it would work well.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Royalfamilyfive VINE VOICE on November 18, 2010
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I used the Band-Aid Friction Block stick on a new pair of work shoes that I was in the process of "breaking-in". The product went on easily and held up for about four hours before I needed to re-apply. Overall it was a good product that I would consider purchasing when I had a new pair of shoes.
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24 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Emily Taylor on October 28, 2009
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Before I found Friction Block, I would literally put ten Band-Aids on my feet and then carry a box with me everywhere if I wanted to wear heels. Or flats. Or wedges. Or booties. I can't even wear most flip flops because I get blisters everywhere from rubber or leather straps. And strappy sandals just meant an excrutiating evening after the first few minutes. But then I discovered Friction Block and I haven't used a Band-Aid in months! My feet are blister free. You have to apply it liberally the moment you feel anything rubbing (or in my case, you know exactly where each pair of shoes will cause blisters, so I use it before I even put anything on my feet). You cannot wait until you have a blister, and you may need to reapply if your first application is very thin, but one small stick lasts a long time even with frequent applications. (Warning: It may discolor lighter fabrics; test in an inconspicuous location first.) I love this product!!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Lynn TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on November 13, 2010
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Band Aid Friction Block has the consistency of a chap stick that is used on your lips. Chap stick comes in many different forms now, but the Friction Block is more like the first Chap Stick product made for lips...so many years ago. I used The Friction Block for my bunions. I wish I had them operated on many, many years ago because they have gotten progressively worse & cause discomfort when I wear some of my favorite shoes. Recently, for the first time, my favorite shoes caused a blister on my bunion. I applied the Friction Block liberally on the spots that are prone to blister, and decided to apply it to a couple callouses on the bottom of my feet & then over the tops of my toes for extra measure; then put on thin pant socks with my favorite shoes. At the end of a 6 hour day, I didn't have any blisters. The Friction Block didn't prevent the discomfort of my shoes; I had a red spot on my bunion...but at least, it didn't blister. There's a generous amount of product in one stick. It's too cool here to wear sandals. I'll try to remember to update my review after trying Friction Block with my sandals.

I forgot to mention that Band Aid Friction Block must be used before you have a blister. You can't use this product on blisters.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Andrew Oh on December 5, 2013
This does more or less the same job as Body Glide. Because it's a smaller stick, it's a lot easier to apply between toes and such, but I can't tell that it is any better/worse once applied.

I'm not sure if it's significant, but I figure it's worth a mention: I once had both this and my Body Glide in a sports bag in my car one day. After baking under the sun for a couple hours, the Body Glide was perfectly fine, but this stick had become a melted mess. Not that big of a deal, as I just scraped off the spilled product that had seeped through the container, but I would imagine that this can have some implications as to the performance of this under "extreme" conditions? Since friction generates heat, would that mean that this rubs off easier than Body Glide when used under heavier-duty conditions (like a race)? Not sure, but I haven't seen a major real-world difference in performance.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By CaterpillarGirl VINE VOICE on November 4, 2010
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I have a lot of shoes, and by a lot I mean I open my closet door and they are up to my knees, and hanging in shoe organizers, and on shelves. Sometimes the shoes fit perfectly, but I am wear different sizes sometimes im a 7, sometimes a 7 1/2 and sometimes an 8. I really try not to buy any shoe that hurts me , occasionally I cannot pass up a good bargain and get a shoe that rubs me a bit, not enough for a blister but enough to cause discomfort.

I wore band aids, put tape on, and everything fell off, and looked unseemly. Who wants to wear a pair of cute kitten heels and also a band aid? not I.

Friction block by Band Aid Brand is really three ingredients: Veg Oil, fragrance, alcohol. You take the mini deoderant like stick and rub it on your foot BEFORE you put your shoes on. If you get an Owee and then put it on? Still gonna have that Owee and pain. Its a preventative product. It smells really good, but not over powering.

Sometimes the simplest products bring you the hugest smiles and are gifts from the Comfy Gods, this is one of them!
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