Before Skin Grip, exercising or swimming meant wasting or losing an expensive sensor.
THOSE DAYS ARE OVER!
No fancy designs, no fluff, just strong adhesives that actually stick and don't give you a rash.
I went swimming with my son in the ocean for the first time in years. I hadn't gone due to fear of my Dexcom falling off. I literally started crying on the beach. Thank you for giving me this moment!
— Jill C.
I sweat! I swim! It stays on! I have been desperately looking for something that works in the Florida heat while I workout and swim.
— E. S.
I work outside in the heat, go to the gym, skateboard, and roll around in my sleep. Since I've worn Skin Grip I haven't had either of my devices come loose or fall off. Huge plus to not have to worry about things like that every day.
— Conner D.
If you don't absolutely love them, return them for a full refund. Seriously.
For individuals with Type 1 Diabetes on insulin, low blood sugar due to exercise is highly likely if the appropriate preventative measures are not taken. However, diabetes and the fear of exercise induced hypoglycemia should never deter someone from engaging in any type of physical activity. In this blog post we will discuss 4 tips on how to prevent low blood sugar while exercising.