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Remedywear™ Men's Boxer Briefs


Our Remedywear™ Men's Boxer Briefs allow you to move around comfortably while reducing irritation and the urge to scratch. Made with hypoallergenic, stretchy fabric, these briefs offer moisture-wicking sweat control, as well as needed support. Made with TENCEL and anti-inflammatory zinc that provide both anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial properties.
  • Hypoallergenic, latex-free elastane 
  • Oeko-tex standard 100 and Step by Oeko-tex
  • Made for sensitive skin conditions like groin eczema, jock itch and more
  • Lasting comfort without rubbing, sliding or pinching
  • Remedywear was awarded the National Eczema Association Seal of Acceptance™

Remedywear is 100% satisfaction guaranteed or your money back within 30 days of purchase.

Discover our Women's Panties here.


Why Remedywear?

Remedywear was specifically designed to help soothe and protect sensitive skin including eczema, psoriasis, rosacea and so much more. All Remedywear garments are made with a blend of sustainably and responsibly made fibers (TENCEL) and embedded anti-inflammatory zinc. 

In a clinical study [1], our ratio of TENCEL and Smartcel™ Sensitive was proven to reduce the severity of atopic dermatitis, reduce itchiness and improve quality of sleep when worn overnight for three consecutive nights.

Learn more about our soothing Remedywear garments here.


Our garments are made with fair trade, eco-friendly, award-winning production standards.

  • 75% lycocell/TENCEL™
  • 19% Smartcel™ Sensitive (lyocell/TENCEL™ + zinc)
  • 6% Recycled Elastane

Be Sun Safe

All Remedywear garments offer 35-50+ UV protection! Check the chart below to verify the UV protection offered by the various colors when worn wet or dry.



[1] Wiegand, 2013, Skin-protective effects of a zinc oxide-functionalized textile and its relevance for atopic dermatitis. Clin Cosmet Investig Dermatol; 6: 115–121.