Maternity Compression Socks

Compression socks are recommended for use during pregnancy to help energize tired, achy legs and to help reduce and prevent swelling. Zomee's maternity compression socks are designed to provide a controlled amount of pressure that helps the body promote better circulation. 

Zomee Maternity Compression Socks
Zomee Maternity Compression Socks
Zomee Maternity Compression Socks
Zomee Maternity Compression Socks

Pregnancy is a very special time for you. It changes your body in many ways to support the growth of your baby, but also puts pressure on your legs. Therefore, it is important to have the correct support for your legs to keep them fit and healthy during pregnancy. 

Zomee's maternity compression provide the ideal support your body needs.

Protect your legs!

Pregnancy will change your life completely. Your body may have already started to change. Early hormonal changes lead to hot flushes, nausea, changes in mood and appetite…

…but did you know that these body changes also affect your blood circulation?

Under the hormonal influence of pregnancy, your blood will clot faster, and the veins will dilate. This can impede proper venous return of the blood and increase the risk of vein damage such as development of varicose veins. Also, blood clots may form in your leg veins. 


Your body will undergo substantial changes with every trimester to accommodate your growing baby. The blood volume increases and the growing uterus applies direct pressure on your veins. This can press on and partially block some of your veins and directly affect your venous system.

By wearing Zomee's Compression Socks, you can effectively do something for your leg health

Zomee's compression socks are recommended for the entire pregnancy. Medical compression promotes blood circulation and alleviates the discomfort in the legs. Your legs will feel lighter, more energized, and less swollen.

Wearing Zomee's compression socks will also help to prevent the development of varicose veins. Varicose veins are aesthetically unpleasing, but they can also be associated with symptoms, such as pain, itching, burning, or cramps.

Did you know?

Wearing compression socks during pregnancy and after birth can help you to prevent the development of venous insufficiency and deep vein thrombosis.