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Dr. Scholl’s Diabetic Socks Reviewed

As a budget option, Dr. Scholl’s Diabetic Socks are a fair choice. They address just about everything you’d want your diabetic socks to take care of, and come at a very affordable price, but could stand to do a little better in some areas.


These socks contain 95% polyester, 4% other fibers and 1% spandex, making them very efficient and keeping feet dry by wicking away moisture, which is important for avoiding odor and the development of fungal infection, which can easily turn into a more serious issue if not treated. Though this blend of materials does make for a comfortable fit and makes the socks easy to put on and take off, it also means that they don’t always stay up on the ankles as one might wish. This might seem like a minor annoyance, but if the socks slip into your shoes, blisters can quickly develop. If not quickly treated, injuries like these can worsen or become infected.


While most diabetic socks are seamless, these provide a bit more structure through the use of an ultra-soft toe seam called Invisiseamer. This provides comfort to sensitive feet and won’t cause irritation or blistering, a hugely important factor for active diabetics.However, if your primary concern is swelling in the feet or ankles, these are probably not the best choice, as they are too loose-fitting to address this issue.


Cushioned soles provide ample comfort and protection from rough everyday terrain. This will help to prevent injuries from stepping on sharp or abrasive objects, and will also help to reduce blistering by mitigating friction with shoes. If you are planning a mountain hike or another extreme venture, however, you may want something with more padding. Many customers say that these socks lack the heft they were hoping for, instead proving too lightweight for some activities.


Overall, these socks are a good option for those with mild or no foot complications, but may prove insufficient for those dealing with swelling or hoping to explore offroad.


What you want to look for in a good pair of diabetic socks are the following:


  • Diabetic socks are composed of unique fabric combinations that wick away moisture and keep your feet dry during activities or a long day, keeping your feet dryer than conventional socks.

  • Diabetic socks are seamless, preventing irritation at the tips of your toes.

  • They have extra padding in critical regions of your foot where blisters are most likely to occur. This can help avoid blisters and corns if you walk a lot at work or exercise.

  • Diabetic socks are designed to fit well without any restriction, diabetic socks are made to improve blood flow to encourage healing and warmth.

  • Good Antimicrobial technology is used in good diabetic socks to prevent germs and fungus from growing in the moisture-prone areas of the foot, keeping it healthy. Bacteria can be removed from your foot, as well as the odor.

  • Diabetic socks are constructed with soft yarns that feel great against your skin and decrease abrasion and shear forces.

  • White bottoms on diabetic socks can alert wearers to a draining wound. On a white sole, stains from infections, open cuts, and sores that require prompt attention will stand out.

Diabetes causes poor blood circulation, which can make your feet feel numb or weak. Diabetic socks aid by boosting blood flow by delivering warmth without constriction. When you have diabetes, it's critical that your legs aren't restricted and that you can breathe freely when wearing socks. Normal socks tend to constrain diabetes patients' feet since they include elastic top bands that leave scars and constriction, which can cause blood to clot.


Diabetic socks are specially designed socks that help diabetic people feel more comfortable. They are socks that are developed to protect and lessen the discomfort and symptoms associated with diabetes. Diabetic socks help protect the patient's feet from injury by providing plenty of cushion. Diabetic socks also contain anti-microbial and moisture-wicking characteristics that keep the patient's feet dry and cool throughout the day or during activities.


That’s why we are proud that we have just the pair of diabetic socks that checks all these features. Our Ultra-Soft Upper Calf Diabetic Socks are Made in the USA using high-quality materials. They were made to be ultra-soft and non-binding. These socks have an open weave, which enables easy foot breathability. It wicks moisture, which keeps feet dry and protected. Due to its insulating qualities, ultra-soft upper calf socks remain cool in heat and warm during the cold. Wearing suitable diabetic socks plays a significant part in protecting your feet. The unique features of diabetic socks are not present in regular socks; hence, our socks prevent additional problems while keeping your feet healthy and comfortable.


Diabetic individuals must look after their health and be aware of any other symptoms they may be experiencing. One of the most crucial things they should inspect and look out for on a daily basis is their feet. Taking care of their feet ensures they won't get a more serious disease or experience additional symptoms in their bodies that make them weak and unwell.


Diabetic socks were created to protect diabetic patients' feet from damage while also keeping them dry and comfortable.

 

 

6 comments

  • Hello Emily
    Yes i like to buy those diabetic socks how much you can give me discount and i need to get those socks by this Wednesday 9/8/21 can you do that?

    Asghar
  • I agree with many of the comments about the one’s you use to sell were great. Thin very stretchable black socks that were low not high that cuts circulation. keeping toenails clipped help them last much longer. I have been looking for them for a couple years now, but you don’t sell them anymore. If a company made these and advertised how effective they are, and comfortable, millions of pairs would be sold quickly, plus follow up sales for years. Also no odor is generated when wearing them. Perfect.

    Ray
  • I agree with Denise LeBlanc’s comment that the socks you are selling today are “too tight on the legs.” When are you going to offer the non-tight socks that you previously offered? When you do, let me know and I’ll order some.

    John Noble
  • I have been looking for your diabetic socks for my Aunt. I always used to buy them for her. I cannot buy them anymore because they are too tight on the legs. The socks you made before, with the very loose weave were perfect. What you are making today are not not satisfactory. I cannot buy the socks you are calling diabetic socks today. I feel that most people would not buy the socks you are selling today.

    Denise LeBlanc
  • Looking for long women’s socks in black, gray & white.

    Debora Siemek

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