Pantyhose is a staple component in women’s fashion. It does not just give you a sense of style but it also gives support in your legs and your tummy. It depends on the style and type of pantyhose you need.There are dressy pantyhose, compression, shapewear and many more. There are a lot of pantyhose to choose from as time goes by the technology in creating different pantyhose grew. We still have the basic pantyhose but more and more types and style emerge. Pantyhose can help prevent swelling around the ankles, feet, and legs, a condition that’s common during long car rides and flights, and among people who are overweight, who have circulation issues, who are pregnant, or who take certain medications. They may be especially helpful for people who find themselves with swelling at the end of a long workday on their feet, like teachers, waiters, and surgeonS.
But then if you’re prone to urinary tract infections or any skin infections, you may want to play down the pantyhose in your fall wardrobe. Their synthetic material retains warmth and moisture, which allows bacteria and yeast to thrive, says Radhika Rible, MD, an ob-gyn and assistant clinical professor at UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles. Also pantyhose plus ill-fitting shoes can spell trouble for your tootsies. Calluses are the result of a buildup of tissue that forms when your foot tries to protect itself from extra pressure or friction.
There are Pros and cons in wearing pantyhose, just make sure to properly pick the right size and lets give our legs a breather from time to time besides nothing beats the smoothness and feel of the real skin.