White Remeywear socks for eczema on two feet pointed in the air.
Pair of black Remedywear socks for eczema on a white background.
Pair of navy blue Remedywear socks for eczema on a white background.

YoRo Naturals

Remedywear™ (TENCEL + Zinc) Socks for KIDS

Sale price$29.99

Kids TENCEL Socks for Eczema

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

Don’t let eczema on feet slow your child’s adventurous spirit. Our Remedywear socks for eczema and other skin conditions act as a protective barrier for broken, irritated, and sensitive skin to support faster healing. These one-size, mid-calf socks are made with maximum stretch to fit children up to 8 years old. The zinc-infused fabric is exceptionally soft and fits like a second skin.

For extreme cases of eczema on feet, the reversible socks can even be worn inside out to avoid seam discomfort. The toe and heel are reinforced with thicker fabric to provide extra scratch protection where it’s needed most. Even with frequent use, these socks for eczema won’t stretch out and always keep their shape. Wear them day or night, or both for relief.

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

For bigger kids and adult sizes, see our Adults Socks. And keep little hands from scratching with our Remedywear eczema gloves for kids.

What Makes Remedywear Unique

  • 100% Satisfaction Guarantee or your money back within 30 days.
  • Dermatologist Recommended.
  • Contains soothing, moisture wicking TENCEL.
  • Contains anti-bacterial, anti-odor, anti-microbial, anti-inflammatory Zinc Oxide.
  • Fibers improve sleep quality and itchy skin when worn consecutively for three nights[1].
  • Moisture-wicking sweat control.
  • Reinforced heel and toe for scratch protection.
  • Hypoallergenic, latex-free elastane.
  • Oeko-tex standard 100 and Step by Oeko-tex.
  • Eco-friendly packaging and tags.
  • Sustainably made in Portugal.

[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.