Wonder Why? Comfortor Functional sock delivers on their promise of foot comfort and health? It's because of the engineer design, technology, extra features, and the textile technology. This technology allows you having the ultimate sock so you can enjoy cool, dry feet in a race; Escape worries for people with Diabetes with Comfortor Funtional Diebetes sock with our NBF ™ Nano Bamboo carbonized charcoal fiber providing its required features and benefits.
Our Process start here:
Selected 4 - 5 years old bamboo is grown naturally.   Bamboo is dried and heated at 800°C until it becomes bamboo charcoal.
Bamboo charcoal is sent for further processing and made into fine nano particles   Fine bamboo carbon nano particles are added into cotton (rayon), polyester or nylon fiber
The fiber is the drawn into yarn and later processed to make our fabric      
Scientific Research
Test time: 23 minutes Temperature: Reduced from 0 to -10 Degrees Celsius in 23 minutes.
Test Result tells that cotton sock gradually loses the heat but with bamboo charcoal sock can keep warm even temperature drops.
The sock having higher temperature indicates it loses more heat and has poorer ability to keep warm.
Check for areas of skin that have changed colour
Check for areas that are painful to touch
Check for areas where sensation of pain or touch is reduced
Moisture Absorption
Infrared Radiation
Nano Technology
UV Ray Protection
Sterilization & Deodorization
Spring Tech
Anti Bacterial and Anti Fungal
Ankle Wrap system
Ankle Wrap system prevents sagging at the ankles without restricting blood flow. This feature provides a 3D leg wear exceptional is superior technology that is the knitted fiber into every stitch of the garment. This System creates the features and function to the sock to pro act as a neutralizer to the foot’s ankle preventing from arch collapse, ankle sprain, and other foot conditions.
Arch Support System
This specialize compression knitting process acts and provide maximum control on the slip off of the sock and as an supportive arch support.
Sport Care
Casual Care
Foot & leg ulcers:
What are Ulcers?
Ulcers occur when there is a breakdown in the outer skin, leaving a raw area exposed. They most frequently occur above the ankles
What causes leg ulcers?
The primary cause of leg ulcers results from problems with the veins in the leg (referred to as ‘venous ulcers’). The next most prevalent reason for occurrence is due to impaired circulation/lack of blood supply to specific areas on the leg. While there are additional causes, these are the leading factors in ulcer development.
How common are ulcers?
They affect about 3% of the adult population, and are more common in women.
What factors can contribute to developing ulcers?
Increased pressure in the veins leads to fluid retention and swelling of the lower leg. This increased pressure may result from damage to the valves in the deep veins of the leg due to a previous injury or clot (thrombosis). Lack of exercise and being overweight can also contribute. After time, the leg becomes thickened and the skin becomes thin and stretched. Thinned skin is more prone to breaking and abrasion, even if only slightly bruised
How are ulcers treated?
The most important part of the treatment is to control the pressure in the leg. This can be done in three ways:
By raising the leg above horizontal position, e.g. by raising the foot of the bed or by putting your feet up on a stool.
By controlling the raised pressure using external compression with bandages and support leg wear.
Sweaty Feet
Your feet contain about 250,000 sweat glands and are capable of producing 250 milliliters (one cup) of sweat a day! The smell comes from bacteria on the skin that breaks down the sweat, excreting offensive-smelling waste. According to Dr. Robert Chelin, president of the Canadian Podiatric Medical Association, the amount a person’s feet sweat depends on genetic makeup and activity level.
Comfortor Functional socks with bamboo nano particles and moisture-escape panels which effectively removes moisture away from your feet and helps kill the bacteria to avoid bad odors
Tips for healthy feet
Check your feet regularly. (Use a mirror if necessary).
Check for areas of swollen or puffy skin
Check for small cracks or cuts Regular exercise is an ideal way to keep fit and healthy. There is no reason why a person with diabetes cannot take exercise or play sport, providing their physical condition allows it.Regular exercise reduces the risk of heart attack, stroke and high blood pressure. Exercise helps to control your blood glucose levels and may reduce the need for medica tion. It also makes weight control easier.Try to do 20 minutes of moderate exercise (for example, fast walking, cycling or swimming)
Remember, exercise can lower your blood glucose level. You may need to eat extra food before and after you exercise.
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