Therapeutix WOMENS TRAVEL SOCKS COTTON (Improving Health & Well-Being)
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The majority of Travel Socks available are made from nylon. Nylon generates heat, which leads to sweating and results in foot odour. Not what you want in a confined space at 30,000 feet with a few hundred fellow travellers. Therapeutix Travel Socks are made from 67% Cotton. Cooler, healthier and very comfortable to wear. Inside each pack is an information booklet explaining the following. • What is DVT? • What are the symptoms? • Who is most at risk? • What should you do? • Fitting instructions as well as Care instructions. To safe guard against DVT, compression hosiery should be worn when sitting or standing for long periods of time.
How to care for your hosiery.
Nothing ruins your day more than putting on your favourite piece of hosiery and finding a large rip or they have stretched. With a little TLC your hosiery will stay rip free, in shape and last for many wears.
Its important to take care of your hosiery when putting them on and removing them. Simply roll each leg of your hosiery until you reach the end, slip your toes in and slowly pull them all the way up. Don’t try and pull them to high as you may cause them to stretch or tear.
When it comes to washing your hosiery, always turn them inside out and opt for hand washing in cold water and detergent. If you are not a fan of hand washing, place them in a wash bag and select the delicate cycle of your machine.
It may seem easy to throw your hosiery in the tumble dryer, however you run the risk of either shrinkage or losing their shape. Gently lay them out to drip dry and have hosiery that accentuate your shape.
Storing your hosiery is just as important as how you wash them. Avoid tangling them up in a drawer and instead fold them in thirds or roll them up. Your drawers will look neat and most importantly your hosiery will stay in shape and last much longer.