I'm not really sure if there are other names for lanolin! But I do happen to have a new package here..... It of course reads like a scientist's guide to all the weirdly named compounds in the world!! lol
The Skin GLide Package says: purified water, talc, dimethicone, aluminum starch octenylsuccinate, cetyl alcohol, emulsifiying wax, propylene glycol, polysorbate 20, imidazolidinyl urea, triclosan, xanthan gum, methylparaben, allantoin, triethanolamine, carbomer, disodium edta, proylparaben, melaleuca, alternifolia (tea free) leaf oil
It is made in Canada; distributed in US by BODYGLIDE Bellevue, WA 1-888-263-9454
If your blisters form on flatter surfaces and can be taped over, I have found that a product called Leukotape-P and it's Cover Roll Stretch (Underlayment) works well together. The cover roll has a gentle fabric-like makeup, and a gentle but good adhesive. Then the Leukotape goes on top of it--it is very abrasion resistant, and much more rigid. I was introduced to it by a PT for holding my kneecap in a better position....then tried it on my heels and the bottom of my foot. When I have it on, I don't get blisters there...! Its a bit more pricey than reg athletic tape though(!)--the pair for about $25.00 I get mine at a Pharmacy by a hospital that has a good rehab dept.... I've never tried taping it over toes or anything though.
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