Our Diabetic No-Show Socks feature moisture-wicking fibers, good ventilation to help keep feet dry, seamless toes, cushioning, and loose tops. These well-fitting socks are also aloe-infused to help promote smoother skin.
Peripheral neuropathy is a type of nerve damage that causes numbness or insensitivity in the feet and legs and is often associated with diabetes. Sores, ulcers, or blisters caused by rough toe seams or moisture may go unnoticed and can lead to dangerous infections. Swelling related to circulatory deficiencies can also cause discomfort in legs and feet. Socks that reduce abrasion, minimize bunching, and do not hold moisture or restrict blood flow. Plus, help skin retain its natural moisture with Aloe-infusion therapy built in.
- Approximately 30 million people are diagnosed as having diabetes and an additional estimated 84 million are pre-diabetic
- An estimated one-third to one-half of people with diabetes have peripheral neuropathy as well