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YoRo Naturals

Remedywear™ (TENCEL + Zinc) Pants - ADULT Unisex

Sale price$69.99
Color:White (Natural)

Eczema Pants

Step into soothing relief and protect your sensitive, itchy skin with form-fitting, soft eczema pants by Remedywear™. These incredibly light weight, soothing pants are made with eco-friendly, breathable TENCEL and embedded with anti-inflammatory zinc. As a hypoallergenic, natural mineral, zinc is known to help combat the urge to scratch while inhibiting bacterial growth in fabrics to support healing.

The symptoms of adult onset eczema can be agitated by certain fabrics, loose-fitting or itchy clothing. These pants are made with a super, soft silk-like fabric that is both moisture wicking and cooling. They also have a nice snug fit like leggings and have the perfect amount of comfy stretch for protecting your sensitive skin without added bulk. The light breathable fabric can be sheer at times and are best when worn underneath regular pants for daytime wear. They work great alone as pajamas for night time wear.

Remedywear pants are specially designed to help soothe the painful symptoms of eczema in men and women. Find your perfect fit based on the measurements in the size chart and use the pants as part of your treatment routine. The pants can be worn with eczema creams and are easy to machine wash and dry.

Remedywear is 100% satisfaction guaranteed or your money back within 30 days of purchase.

Just looking to treat the knees, calves or thighs? Try our Remedywear sleeves.

See the full line of Remedywear for babies to adults here.

Check out the coordinating Eczema Shirt for adults and Bra too. References:

[1] Wiegand, 2013, Skin-protective effects of a zinc oxide-functionalized textile and its relevance for atopic dermatitis. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol; 6: 115–121.