ReflexWear® Diabetic Thin Socks

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$40.00

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  • Model: REFLEXWEAR
  • Shipping Weight: 0.1kg
  • Units in Stock : 14
  • Manufactured by: ReflexWear

Description

The Thin Model, knitted using a thin and ultra-soft polyester thread. Unlike cotton, Polyester has the advantage that it does not cool. These socks offer a perfect fit, and are knitted specifically to have an extremely flat seam in the toe area, and to be comfortably loose up the ankle and leg. they are neither restrictive in any way, nor will will they slide down, which makes them perfectly suited for diabetic people as well.

Product Features:

  • Increase the vascular flow
  • Increase the oxygen level in the skin and muscle tissue
  • Increase the healing of wounds
  • Relieve pain and reduce neuropathy
  • Keep your feet warmer / Regulate the temperature
  • Non-binding and non-irritating flat toe seam
  • Optimal confort
  • More relaxed sleep

More Detailed Information
ReflexWear® Socks / Stockings are knitted using the most scientific proven and advanced thread on the market. This yarn has been infused with 3 different minerals, which have been crushed into micro-particles and are then “shot” into the polyester fiber. These minerals can never wash out, regardless of how often the products are washed.

It is scientifically proven that this yarn (Celliant™) increases the oxygen level in the feet by 9%, and this increases blood circulation in the feet. Even the temperature of the feet gets adjusted. If you have warm feet, they’re cooled down. If you have cold feet, they'll get warmer.

Many people suffer from poor blood circulation to a lesser or greater degree, and from low oxygen levels in their feet. Some of the symptoms may be cold feet, restless legs and feet, cramps, numbness in the feet, neuropathy pain etc. In all of these cases ReflexWear® can help you.


ReflexWear® Diabetic Thin is made of:

  • 90% CELLIANT™
  • 10% Elastane

ReflexWear Diabetic Sizes


Made in the EU


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