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Do Miracle Socks Really Work?

Miracle Socks are anti-fatigue compression socks that let your feet and legs breathe thus improving blood circulation. The socks are designed to allow you to do your daily, strenuous work with full comfort and confidence as they are not too tight nor too loose. Are supposed to be able to enjoy these perks without spending too much. This product comes complete with the Miracle Aloe Foot Repair that soothes and energizes your aching feet and legs. With the Miracle Socks, gone are the days when you need to be bothered about getting tired of walking and running. Miracle Socks allegedly reduce aches and swelling caused by severe activities that can strain your legs and feet. They come in black and white variants to ensure that your Miracle Socks will blend in with any shoe or outfit you wear.

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No - No decrease
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I recently underwent a two months program to reduce leg swelling at local hospital which worked. When discharged I began wearing Miracle socks and my legs began swelling again. I believe compression socks are better, but they are so hard to put on and take off without help. Maybe mechanical devices will work, but that’s another large expense.

Arthur
February 4th, 2014
Texas
1 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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Yes - Good for long flights
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I had traveled overseas and had problems with my ankles swelling. I normally don’t have this problem, so I thought it was from being on a long flight (over 14 hours). Last summer, I bought a pair of Miracle Socks and had NO PROBLEMS with swollen ankles and my feet and legs felt relaxed after a 14 hour flight. I would recommend them.

Yoly
December 31st, 2013
Alabama
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Yes - Working for Me
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I have Lymphedema in my feet and lower legs. These socks have worked great for me. Of course, in addition to wearing the socks, I keep my feet elevated during evenings and while sleeping. These socks do an excellent job of keeping the swelling down at times I can not elevate my feet. After 1 or 2 days you will not see a lot of difference, but, over several days my feet, ankles and lower legs are almost down to normal and the miracle socks have helped to keep them that way. They are a little difficult to get on, but not that bad. I am 100% satisfied.

Tony
November 25th, 2013
New Jersey
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No - Not For Long Standing
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I started a job where I have to stand for 7 hours and I’m almost 65. I bought these thinking they would help. At first I thought they were, but after several days of standing I now have constantly aching legs. Don’t purchase if you’re standing several hours every day.

Suzanne
June 16th, 2013
Fort Wayne
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Yes - Worked in my case
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The socks worked in my case. I usually have tight calf muscles from jogging. While jogging my calf muscles was not tight or sore nor my shins did not hurt which met my needs.

Calf
April 16th, 2012
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No - Not a Miracle
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They are about like support hose except knee-hi. They are not as good as regular compression socks but, they don’t look ugly either. They are tighter than regular socks but not the big deal they make it out to be in the commercial. Might be cheaper to just buy support hose.

Luann
April 3rd, 2012
Illinois
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Yes - Love it
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Just use it for about 4 hours in my home (Sunday) but was standing most of the time and love it!

Mar
January 30th, 2012
0 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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No - Miracle Socks are NO Miracle at all!
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I have them on as I am typing this and “NO” they do not keep the ankle and foot from swelling. I have edema and yes I have had the socks on all day, I have not been doing a lot of walking or standing, mostly sitting today cause I am not at work. But still my ankle is swelling. Don’t waste your $10 like I just did.

Steelflower
December 18th, 2011
California
11 of 13 people found this review helpful.
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