PLEASE NOTE: You can return unused products in excellent condition and original packaging within 15 days of receipt. Federal Law prohibits the reuse of medical supplies; therefore returns of medical supplies are only accepted in cases of manufacturer defect.
For health and hygiene reasons, some items (briefs, graduated compression hosiery, nursing bras and lingerie) are not returnable once the packaging has been opened EXCEPT for the reason of manufacturing defect.
Excellent for relief of tired, aching and swollen legs
High-Quality Compression Knee Highs and provide 18-20 mmHg compression
Upper band will not bind or constrict, therefore no uncomfortable pressure points are created
Prevents general body fatigue and provides strong compression at the foot and ankle and gradually decreases up
Designed for prevention and treatment of Varicose Veins, other venous insufficiencies and blood circulation problems
Improve blood circulation, help alleviate pain, swelling and discomfort associated with varicose and other vein disorder
Recommended for treatment of already existing conditions of venous insufficiency such as: varicose veins, chronic venous insufficiency, post-operative conditions, post-sclerotherapy, edema, blood pooling, and venous stasis
GABRIALLA Graduated Compression Knee Highs are designed for fashion-conscious women who feel the physical pressures of an active lifestyle. They provide firmer compression at the foot and ankle, where you need it most, and gradually decrease up along the leg to the knee and thigh. This unique construction acts like a second heart improves blood circulation, increases overall body energy level and reduces painful swelling, aching and tiredness of lower legs. They last much longer than regular fashion hosiery, save you money and become an investment in your health. It's ideal for people who: Experience tiredness, aching and swelling of lower legs; Have inherent tendencies to varicose or other vein disorders; Have cellulite problems; Spend long time or work on their feet, or lift and carry heavy loads. (i.e. waitresses, delivery people, sales associates, teachers, hairdressers.); Travel or work in the airline industry, at the risk of developing venous disorders due to hereditary history; Are pregnant or have recently given birth.
Poor blood circulation, body fatigue, swollen legs or edema, venous disorders, blood clots, post-fracture, venous insufficiency, venous ulcer, lymphedema, thrombosis, spider veins, deep vein thrombosis.