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Wearever Incontinence Sells Diabetic Socks

Experience Socks So Comfortable You Feel Barefoot – Product Review

buster brown socks

Whether you have diabetes, sensitive skin, poor circulation or just spend a lot of time standing, the support we give to our feet is so important to continue to be mobile and without pain. Our breathable, seamless socks made by Buster Brown help keep you cool and comfortable for miles at a time.

Tara from Dividing by Zero recently reviewed our Buster Brown Cotton Diabetic Socks for Women. Tara’s mother has diabetes, so she knows firsthand how important it is to prevent constriction and feel supported.  She shared her thoughts on her blog:

“These socks are great for anyone with poor circulation or easily irritated skin. The socks have a seamless design and are made with no elastic or synthetics.  These socks are incredibly comfortable – the material is super soft, and they don’t bind up your feet at all. It almost feels like you’re not even wearing socks because of the combination of softness, gentleness, and their magical ability to stay put despite the lack of elastic.”

Thanks so much for sharing your thoughts, Tara! We always love hearing how our products provide comfort and convenience. To read Tara’s full blog post, click here.

Wearever & Defeat Diabetes Foundation Partner

Wearever & Defeat Diabetes Foundation Partner to Fundraise in Support of Diabetes Awareness and Prevention this December

Thanks to Walgreens magazine, Diabetes & You for their review of Wearever!

DURHAM, N.C. – Nov. 12, 2013 –The Wearever® brand, makers of comfortable, quality, affordable and stylish apparel solutions for everyday health and wellness concerns, and Defeat Diabetes Foundation are partnering to raise money in support of diabetes awareness and prevention. Throughout the month of December, 10 percent of proceeds from Wearever men’s and women’s incontinence underwear lines and its Buster Brown socks will be donated to DDF.  Continue reading

Diabetic Socks – What Are They?

Incontinence, rapid weight loss or gain, unusual thirst or hunger, blurry vision, and excessive fatigue are all common symptoms of diabetes. Diabetes is caused by high blood sugar levels. Furthermore, it’s estimated that some 7 million Americans are living with undetected diabetes because such symptoms can be minimal in the early stages. However, once they come to total fruition, damage to the nervous and circulatory systems, in addition to the symptoms mentioned in the opening, are common among diabetic patients.

Diabetes can be managed so that one’s quality of life remains high at little to no inconvenience. For instance, frequent urination and urine leakage can be managed with incontinence panties or incontinence briefs. Another effective product for managing diabetic symptoms is diabetic socks. Continue reading