Rejuva is changing the way you thinkWhether sitting, standing or on-the-go, Rejuva compression hugs tightest at the ankle and gradually looser above to help you go the extra mile - with socks that are affordable, look fashionable and renew your legs at the same time.
How It All Started
Rejuva’s story began in 2008 when a 21-year-old college student developed a blood clot on a flight. While recovering, her doctor told her to wear graduated compression hosiery. Though the relief they provided was incredible, she wanted to wear compression socks that matched her vibrant lifestyle. Seeking a more stylish alternative to the existing varieties on the market, she decided to make her own, more fashionable version.
In 2011, Rejuva was launched with the goal of giving wearers more stylish compression options all paired with a friendly, reliable, supportive service team. Since then, Rejuva’s line of fashionable compression legwear has been featured in the likes of VOGUE, NY Times, SHAPE, InStyle, Travel & Leisure, CNN, Dr Oz, and more. Rejuva has served tens of thousands of customers directly through their website and has partnered with hundreds of medical, airport, and travel retailers nationwide.
It's All About Collaboration
In 2018, medi USA assumed the brand’s operations and product management as the exclusive distributor for Rejuva products. medi has been manufacturing compression stockings since 1964 and brings a wealth of knowledge to the Rejuva product line. Today, medi continues Rejuva’s mission to “make wearing compression better” by delivering top quality, fashionable and functional products with exceptional service.
Why wear compression socks or stockings?
Compression socks take advantage of a time-proven, noninvasive method for preserving the circulatory health of your legs. By hugging most tightly at the ankle & looser above, graduated compression helps blood & fluid move upward against the force of gravity and towards the heart. This can be adapted to each wearer's needs via the strength of pressure (measured in mmHg) contained within each garment. If you're new to compression & seeking greater understanding of its many uses, below are some non-formal introductions to our wearers' most common conditions.