ArmaSkin is pleased to announce that it is now providing blister prevention for Paul Suggitt who is attempting to run and ride 10,000 miles around the United Kingdom in 365 days.

After his first 110 miles using ArmaSkin Paul concluded "The products are amazing!! Biggest thing for me is this is the first time I have come back from a multi day event with NO blisters at all. "

Paul is doing this as a fundraiser for the Chris Lucas Trust which was set up after teenager Chris’s tragic death from rhabdomyosarcoma – a cancer that resembles muscle tissue – in July 2000. 

 

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