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Wearever-Diabetic Socks, Bedding and More! Plus Giveaway:)

It is a fact of life that let's face it none of can avoid, Getting Older! With age comes many lovely things including poor circulation and even incontinence. recently I was introduced to a company called Wearever, now I know what you are thinking, I am not that old right? Well while I do not have incontinence problems yet, we all have those moments as mothers where even a sneeze can bring worry. I did not however review their underwear this time. I have the opportunity to review their diabetic socks, which are great for people with poor circulation like myself. Made of 100% cotton their diabetic socks are made by Buster Brown. They have been designed for maximum comfort and durability. As I mentioned they are great for people with poor circulation, but they are also great for easily irritated skin and are made with no elastic or synthetics. The seamless design of Buster Brown cotton socks with cushioning improve comfort, reduce binding, and eliminate skin irritation. I love these socks! Now to me they do run just a little big but I find that a lot with socks because my foot is one of those sizes that you usually get the bigger grouping of socks. They were super soft and comfortable to wear.
 I also got a chance to review the Quilted Plaid Incontinence pad for my son. I think I have mentioned before how my son is epileptic. Even though with any child sometimes accidents happen he cannot control nor is he aware of them. We make sure to keep a bed pad of some type under is sheets so that his bed is not ruined. I was very surprised when I received this bed pad how wonderful it was made. Very thick and durable, it also washed great. Most bed pads that we have tried in the past have become misshaped in the washer. With Wearever's bed pad it looked just like the day I first got it after several washes. The makers of Wearever would love to offer a great giveaway to one of my fans please make sure and enter below!
**I received the above mentioned products in order to write a review. All views expressed are those of my own and were in no way influenced.**
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Comments

suburban prep said…
Buster Brown Cotton Knee High Sock
Amy said…
I love the bed pad... perfect for protecting my kids mattress !!!
The diabetic socks, I have heard such great things about them and my neighbor could use them.
Kathleen Hickey said…
I love the bed pads!! Perfect for when potty training.
Angie B. said…
I'd like the mattress pad with wings for my toddler's bed
Nesca said…
i think the lace panties look amazing
Neha Elecwire said…
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