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Wearever Diabetic Socks :: review and giveaway

Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.

I am not a diabetic but I wear diabetic socks. I began about a year or so ago when I was having pain in my leg and swelling in my ankles. Long story short, it took about a year to find out that my leg was broken. While I was in constant pain, the socks helped to not add any additional pain from binding on my legs. I like my diabetic socks so much, I never switched back. Try it - Like it was offered the opportunity to try and review diabetic socks from Wearever.

Here is the company's description:
The Wearever brand offers comfortable, quality, affordable and stylish apparel solutions for everyday health and wellness concerns. Wearever offers 100% cotton socks for maximum comfort and durability. These socks are appropriate for those with poor circulation or easily irritated skin. These socks are made with 100% cotton and zero elastic or synthetic material. The seamless design of the socks with cushioning improve comfort, reduce binding, and eliminate skin irritation and are really helpful for people with these issues.

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What I found:
Wearever socks were not as thick as the other diabetic socks I have worn. Wearever are 100% cotton, but somehow they have some stretch to them. While putting them on, they felt a bit snug around the width of my foot. Although once on, and going about my day, I never felt or thought about that feeling again and they did not bind my feet in any way. They are a nice alternative to the other socks I wear. While they are thinner then what I am used too, I think I would continue to purchase them giving me a choice when choosing socks to wear. 

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