Who Should Not Wear Compression Socks
There are certain physiological conditions which can be unsuitable for the wearing of compression socks.
Compression socks should not be worn if you have been diagnosed with any of these conditions:
● Congestive heart failure
● Advanced arterial disease
● Severe deep venous thrombosis
● Inflammation due to bacterial infection
Please consult with your doctor whether compression socks are suitable for you if the following conditions apply:
● Sensitive skin
● Skin infections
● Atopic dermatitis
● Neuropathy or insensitivity
● Physical immobility
If you have concerns about your suitability to wear compression socks, we recommend you consult with your doctor.
TXG Sensitive Foot socks have light-moderate compression (15~20 mmHg) and have special antibacterial, antiseptic properties of bamboo charcoal. They are ideal for those with various foot sensitivities but will still benefit from the wearing of compression wear.
TXG Diabetic Cushion socks are compression free, antibacterial and have been designed to be lightweight, soft and warm to protect sensitive feet and are suitable for everyone.