This is easily one of the best diabetic socks I've seen. My mother has diabetes and I have bought her many different types of diabetic socks. I have bought name brand types (Crocs,Wigwam,etc.) and many cheap drugstore types. The Jobst are the only ones she's ever asked for more of. They control perspiration, have just the right amount of compression (no cutting off of circulation) and are not overly thick. Many brands have very thick padding on the bottom to protect the feet. Which is good when at home, but makes squeezing into a shoe difficult. The Jobst are padded also, but not nearly as thickly. I don't think I'll buy another brand.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
with Camomile and Urea Intensive Moisturizing Care for Stressed, Tired Feet
Natural oils, chamomile blossom extract, allantoin and panthenol soothe and rejuvenate skin. Cream prevents calluses, corneas, and cracked skin. Carnosine ...
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