Copper88: Don’t Sweat it
The unique element is in the fibres of the fabric itself. Rather than simply coating the yarn, Copper88 compression garments feature copper embedded in the fibres, so it doesn’t wash out. Why copper? Because it’s antimicrobial and also wicks away moisture, it kills bacteria and dries faster, so it’s also anti-odour. All of that means it can be worn 24/7 without getting, well, you know, gross.
Available at www.copper88.com, Wellwise by Shoppers Drug Mart and select Shoppers Drug Mart stores.
Sock it to Swollen Legs
Sigvaris compression socks come in a variety of colours and patterns designed to appeal to any personality.
They don’t just look good, they also benefit your health and well-being by providing graduated compression, strongest at the ankle and decreasing up the leg, to help prevent and reduce swelling, while offering relief for aching limbs.
Compression socks are medically proven to help stop fluid from pooling and keep blood moving, which is critical when treating chronic venous disease.
Additionally, compression socks can provide relief for people living with lymphedema, phlebitis, thrombosis, and assist in the healing process following surgery for varicose veins and lower leg trauma.
Ideal for people who sit and stand for long periods, as well as for travellers, this modern line of compression socks comes with the promise that if you change your socks, you’ll change your life.
Check out the array of colours and patterns at www.sigvaris.com. Socks are available at Wellwise by Shoppers Drug Mart and Shoppers Home Health Care stores.
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Originally published in Issue 01 of YouAreUNLTD Magazine.