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Scholl - Flight Socks 6-8

Scholl - Flight Socks 6-8

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Scholl - Flight Socks 6-8

Flight socks effectively help relieve tired aching legs and swollen ankles. Flight Socks are designed to be worn in place of normal socks throughout journeys. Long journeys can cause circulation problems. Passengers can experience tired legs and swollen ankles and feet. When you travel by air, the cramped conditions, reduced air pressure and mild dehydration can all make this worse. A more serious circulation problem is Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), this is when a blood clot develops in a deep leg vein. Scholl Flight Socks help to prevent these problems by helping to improve blood flow.

Always wear both flight socks and ensure they are pulled up to just below the knee. A detailed information leaflet is included in the pack, please keep the leaflet for future reference.

Directions for use: Scholl Flight Socks are designed to be worn in place of normal socks throughout your entire journey. Always wear both socks and ensure they are pulled up to just below the knee.
A detailed information leaflet is included in the pack please keep the leaflet for future reference.

Warning: If you are suffering from, or have a previous history of, blood clots, a blood clotting disorder, heart or circulatory problems (e.g. arterial or venous insufficiency), diabetes, severe varicose veins, cancer, reduced mobility previous history of venous (blood clot), superficial vein thrombosis, paralysis of the lower limb or injury to lower limbs/abdomen, stroke, chemotherapy treatment, genetic blood clotting disorder or if you have recently undergone major surgery or are pregnant, you should consult a healthcare professional about the suitability of the product

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