SIGVARIS’ New Soft Opaque stockings combine style and softness for post vein procedure care and ladies concerned about keeping their legs healthy.
PEACHTREE CITY, GA – Imagine slipping on a pair of tights or leggings and knowing that you not only look great, but that your hosiery is actually working to keep your legs healthy. Wouldn’t it be even better if that product had lasting microfiber softness?
At the beginning of September, SIGVARIS introduced Soft Opaque into the United States market. Soft Opaque is a unique opaque medical compression hosiery option because it was created without the use of any chemical additives.
“We wanted to create a truly soft product by using microfiber yarns, not by adding chemicals to fabrics. We wanted our product to remain soft, even after many washes,” says Michael Leonard, research and development manager at SIGVARIS North America.
Soft Opaque, is a stylish stocking that is available in knee-highs, thigh-highs and pantyhose. The pantyhose style may be worn as tights or leggings, to help mask any problem areas that women do not want others to see. The entire fashionable line is available in Midnight Blue, Espresso, Graphite and Black.
SIGVARIS medical compression hosiery promotes leg health and is universally recommended for both surgical and non-surgical treatment of venous disorders. The product may also be worn to alleviate heavy, tired legs for expectant mothers.
To learn more about keeping your legs healthy, visit www.sigvarisusa.com. Learn more about Soft Opaque at www.SoftOpaque.com.
SIGVARIS® North America is part of an internationally active medical device group headquartered in Winterthur, Switzerland that focuses on the development, production and distribution of medical compression garments, including hosiery and socks. With distribution in more than 50 countries on six continents, SIGVARIS is recognized as a global industry leader in the area of compression therapy for the management of venous disorders. Our US manufacturing plant is located in Peachtree City, GA.
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