Putting on compression stockings can be a struggle. Donning and Removing Aids make it easier to put on and take off your compression stockings!
According to Physician's, the #1 reason why people do not wear their stockings, is because it is difficult to put them on.
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It is easiest to put on your stockings when your first get out of bed, before swelling happens.
Remove rings and jewelry that could damage your compression garments
Try using rubber or vinyl gloves to help position the hosiery over your leg.
Always make sure your skin is dry before attempting to put on your hosiery.
Avoid rolling or bunching the fabric as this will create too much pressure in specific areas
Apply a thin layer of cornstarch or powder to help the stocking (or sleeve) slide smoothly over your skin
Apply moisturizer to your legs (or arm) in the evening - not just before putting on your garment
Along with these great methods there are devices to help you put on, take off, and maintain your hosiery.
We recommend two types, Compression Stocking Aid Sleeves and a Wired Compression Stocking Aid for both open toe and closed toealong with a variety of accessories to maintain and upkeep and maximize the life of your hosiery.
Compression Stocking Aid Sleeves Wired Compression Stocking Aid