The mediven sheer and soft is a sheer compression stocking that combines style with compression for effortless wearability. Ideal for venous or therapeutic conditions, this product is perfect for women who don’t want to choose between compression and style. Comfortable, durable, and perfect for fashion-minded women.
The mediven sheer and soft is a transparent compression stocking that looks and feels great. Designed for fashion-minded women, this product provides compression without sacrificing style. In addition to being sheer, this compression stocking uses extra soft fabric for all-day wearability.
Exceptionally transparent sheer stocking
Unparalleled softness with breathability and moisture regulation
Fabric that helps mitigate bacteria growth.
Mild to moderate spider veins.
Slight to severe varicose veins.
Mild to moderate edema.
Tired, achy, heavy legs.
Helps prevent deep vein thrombosis (DVT).
Severe arterial insufficiency, intermittent claudication, ischemia. Uncontrolled congestive heart failure.
Cautions: skin sensitivities or allergies. Advanced neuropathy indicating sensory loss in leg or foot. diabetes with advanced arterial compromise. Confinement to bed or non-ambulatory use unless otherwise prescribed by the physician. Eczema, hypodermatitis, dermatosclerosis, dermatitis (following treatment).
Hand wash or machine wash only using gentle detergents on delicate cycle at 100*F.
Do not use fabric softeners, chlorine based or WooliteTM type detergents.
Most mediven¨ models are suitable for machine dryers using the gentle cycle. Do not dry over heaters, in direct sunlight or by wringing out the garments.
Do not dry clean or iron your medi garments
Use the medi stocking guardian wash bag to wash your compression garments with extra care and to prolong their lifespan.
Follow the specific wear and care instructions provided with each product.
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