A wise man once said that you should buy some comfortable shoes and a good bed, because you will find that you are either in the one or the other. We reckon that the chances are, you spend more time in your work uniform than in your pyjamas too, and just like shoes, your uniform should be both comfortable and look great. Luckily, our scrubs and medical uniforms are considered by some to be the comfortable in the world. With comfort covered, here are some other ways that we can help you look your best.
1. GET SCRUBS OR A WORK UNIFORM THAT FITS
If you have purchased your medical apparel from Mediscrubs before, you will know that your scrubs don’t have to be loose-fitting and amorphous. And, with our large range of scrubs and medical uniforms you get an opportunity to choose a flattering fit that will help you to look and feel great.
Mediscrubs can offer uniforms in all sizes and designs, so there is something for everybody. We also cater for all shapes, sizes and tastes. And, only here at Mediscrubs will you find a huge variety of men’s and women’s cargo pants for those who like to feel comfortable throughout their shift.
2. Don’t be concerned about colour
Before colour, all scrubs were white or blue, but styles have brightened up significantly over the past few years. Today’s bright colours can help you express your individuality or flatter your complexion, as well as being functional in quickly identifying staff.
If you have the option to select your own uniform colour, or you’re responsible for selecting colours for your workplace, expand your palate and take a look at the possibilities that are open to you at Mediscrubs.
3. Choosing the right fabric
If you’re a fan of polyester or cotton fabrics, you will find that our scrubs and uniforms actually combined the best of both worlds as they are the perfect blend of polyester and cotton to help improve durability and increase your comfort level significantly. Our scrubs and uniforms are made from a stronger material, which is less prone to pilling and static. When these two materials are blended, the wearer gets the benefits of both polyester and cotton fibres in one fabric.
4. Take care of your uniform
We know that uniforms often need to survive for a long time before being replaced.
Keep them looking well as long as possible by following the care instructions on the garments. Wash your scrubs separately to your other laundry if possible.
For easy care fabrics, no ironing is needed, but even with our traditional poly-cotton mixes, shaking them out after washing and hanging them up to air dry will minimise wrinkles. Later, a light ironing will keep you looking fresh and professional.