Most socks are one size fits all, but when it comes to compression socks, stockings and leggings, size is very important. Having the right size ensures that you are getting accurate compression where you need it.
When designing our footless legging, I focused on 3 main features: - A top like a true legging (no pantyhose control tops with feet cut off) - Maximum opacity so you can wear & pair with tops other than dresses - An ultra wide, yoga-pant-inspired tummy band.
After over 10 months of research, development, and countless prototype iterations, we finally had a version I loved & which I thought other wearers like me would love too. We launched it fall 2012 and they’ve been a best-seller since!
Driving to work this morning with sunglasses on and windows down, I couldn’t help but be pleasantly reminded of spring’s arrival. Changing blooms, longer days and warmer weather - all welcomed changes to winter’s short days, cold nights & layers.
Winter makes wearing compression easy. Under pants, they offer a spare layer of warmth. Paired with dresses they do double duty as fashion-accessory & cold protection. No one even thinks to ask why you’re wearing tights – because duh it’s winter right?
Here are some ways you can transition your compression stockings from winter to spring.
With summer just around the corner, we’re receiving an increasing number of questions about the differences between particular patterns - especially as it relates to sheer vs. opaque finishes. We hear many questions from both new and current compression wearers. Here are some of the most common questions and answers…
It’s easy to get lost in a movie. Although our imagination only takes us away for a moment, we’ve decided to go beyond that and attempt the looks from some of our movie favorites in real life.
Our most recent video blog was inspired by one of our video viewers named Anne. She recently sent us an email inquiring if we could make a video "to compare the differences between store brands like L'eggs Energy or Hanes Alive and those that you [RejuvaHealth] carry." Great question, right? We thought so too.