Skineez Medical Grade Compression 30-40mmHg Black Knee Sleeve
Skineez® Medical Grade Knee Compression 30-40 mmHg, and above, treats Lymphedema along with swelling due to sprains or surgery, and to provides stability that helps prevent re-aggravating an old injury. The Skineez® Medical Grade Knee Compression sleeve reduces swelling and inflammation to speed up your body's healing process while providing comfort and protecting your skin from irritation.
|Skineez® Medical Grade Knee Compression Sleeves feature our Micro-Encapsulation technology which makes Skineez® fabrics ultra-soft, supple, so it is easier to put on. Skineez® compression garments are clinically proven to firm, moisturize, and revitalize your skin. Ultra-soft, breathable material protects your skin for all-day wear.|
- Micro-Massaging Technology
- Skin-Reparative Moisturizing
- Help to reduce swelling
- FDA Approved
- Doctor & Dermatologist Recommended
- Latex Free
- Made in the USA
Infused with Skin-Protectant Ingredients
After ten washings, renew your Skineez® garments by reinfusing with Skineez® garment replenishing spray. Simply wash your garment, remove from the washing machine, turn inside out and spray with Skineez® garment replenishing spray. Allow to air dry. Your Skineez® garments are now ready for 10 more washings and wearing before infusement is needed.
Do Not Use this product if you are allergic to it or any of its ingredients
NDC Code: 73238-001-01—Skin-Protectant
Woman Owned Business
Skineez® Skin-Reparative is the only medical-grade compression brand clinically proven to protect your skin. Skineez's infuses all products with Skin-Reparative moisturizers, making the fabric incredibly soft and easy to put on.
There are many benefits to wearing compression socks and stockings. The most common uses are treating edema or swelling, circulation and vein problems, muscle recovery, preventing deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and anti-embolism.
Mild to moderate compression socks are generally safe for most people, but you should always talk to your doctor first. Your doctor will prescribe the best level of compression to fit your needs.
Medical grade Compression and Edema
Edema can be a bodily response to pregnancy or an injury, but it can also be a symptom of a more severe illness, such as heart failure or kidney disease. Compression socks can reduce pain and discomfort due to swelling.
Medical Compression and Pregnancy
Mild to moderate compression socks during pregnancy are essential for most women. Pregnancy adds weight, stress on the body, especially on our legs.
Compression garments help minimize swelling, fluid retention, and varicose veins, which are all quite common side-effects of pregnancy. Check with your doctor for recommendations for your needs.
For more info about compression and pregnancy, check out, Compression Socks during Pregnancy.
Medical Compression and Varicose veins
Varicose veins can happen to anyone – the elderly, pregnant women, athletes, and anyone who spends most of their day standing. This condition can cause pain and discomfort and limit your physical activity.
With compression socks, we can improve blood flow and help your body gain more strength.
For more info about varicose veins, check out The Best Compression Stockings for Varicose Veins.
As we age, we are more likes to suffer from,
- Varicose veins
- Peripheral Neuropathy
- Poor circulation
Compression material helps the blood stay in motion, improving overall life quality. However, you should consult your doctor before purchasing, particularly if you have arterial disease.
For more info about compression for older adults, check out, Why the Elderly wear Compression Socks.
Athletic Performance and Muscle Recovery
Compression socks can help prevent muscle cramps, shin splints, and plantar fasciitis while playing sports, running, or cycling. Compression stockings also help your muscles recover faster afterward. Consult with your doctor for advise.
For more info about performance and recovery check out, Compression Socks During Sports Activities.
Medical Compression and Deep Vein Thrombosis
One of the best ways to prevent deep vein thrombosis is by wearing compression socks and walking.
Compression stockings promote healthy blood flow and prevent clots. Doctors recommend medical-grade compression stockings for most patients to prevent DVTs, your doctor will recommend what is best for you.
For more info about DVTs check out, What is Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT)
Medical Compression and Lymphedema
The benefits of Compression socks on Lymphedema are numerous. They help deal with heaviness in the legs, minimize the swelling, and improve blood flow. Check with your doctor to be sure they are right for you.
For more info about Lymphedema, check out, Benefits of Compression socks on Lymphedema.