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Scholl Softgrip Class I Thigh Length Open Toe Compression Hosiery Natural

SKU : CHN3551033|PIP-Code : 3551033|EAN : 5038483844793
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Scholl Softgrip Class I Thigh Length Open Toe Compression Hosiery treats and prevents varicose veins in pregnancy and superficial varicose veins and provides therapeutic relief from mild leg pain.
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Scholl Softgrip Class I Thigh Length Open Toe Compression Hosiery

Scholl Softgrip Class I Thigh Length Open Toe Compression Hosiery with Ultima Technology is softer, smoother and more luxurious to the touch than ever before due to its revolutionary fibre, T902C. This unique material allows the stocking to stretch easily without the loss of any compression, making them easier to put on than standard compression hosiery. They also feel less tight and even more comfortable to wear.

Class 1 compression hosiery provides light support to revitalise your legs by restoring healthy circulation. It treats and prevents varicose veins in pregnancy and superficial varicose veins and provides therapeutic relief from mild leg pain.

Scholl Softgrip Class I Thigh Length Open Toe Compression Hosiery provides carefully graduated compression made to the British Standard BS6612:1985 - your guarantee that you are using products of the highest quality. It is machine washable up to 40°C.

Each box contains one pair of hosiery and fitting guide. 

Scholl Softgrip Class I Thigh Length Open Toe Compression Hosiery 
is available in natural in sizes small, medium, large and extra large.
 
Compression hosiery is not suitable for you if you are diabetic, have arterial disease or congestive cardiac failure. If in any doubt speak to your nurse or doctor.
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