It’s Cool to Care: Have a Cracking Christmas with Leiho Socks #Review

It’s Cool to Care: Have a Cracking Christmas with Leiho Socks Review: November 2020 #Gifted

Christmas can be both a hectic and exciting time of year, making plans to celebrate with family and friends as well as buying all those Christmas goodies.

However, we sometimes need to take a moment to stop and think about those people who are alone, vulnerable and don’t have the basic essentials, this is where you can make a difference with Leiho socks who have sent me these super samples to review

Leiho simply means ‘How are You’ in Cantonese and this sums up their ethos that it is ‘Cool to Care’ and all you need to do is ask someone how they are doing. 

Lehio believe no matter who you are or what your background that you should have access to life essentials such as water, sanitary care, food, socks and much more.

Leiho have committed their time to working with local projects and partners with similar values to improve quality of life for people in need.  Including donating cartons of water to outreach services and food banks, meals to local vulnerable communities and pairs of socks to homeless shelters and organisations.

In fact, Leiho match ever item sold with another donated, so your impact through a simple act of kindness and compassion, by buying these socks, means that you are making someone’s life that little bit better.    

Lehio’s lovely sock range will probably already have you ready and raring to order.  The beautifully boxed trio of eco-friendly Bamboo socks including the Happy Chappy, You Blue me Away and Orange You Kind are made with Bamboo fibre that is environmentally friendly, temperature adapting, hypoallergenic and odour resistant.

Christmas Crackers are a traditional family favourite for the Christmas dinner table, but why not switch things up for 2020 and try out Lehio’s plastic free Christmas crackers made out of brown recyclable kraft paper.  

Celebrate in style, as instead of finding plastic toys inside your crackers these impressively have a pair of socks inside each one, so all your guests will feel the care and love, so happy hugs to your feet!

Oh by the way, if you weren’t already feeling smug enough for every cracker sold, another pair of warm socks will be donated to a homeless person making your whole table feel like a bunch of Do-Gooders on Christmas day!

And as if things could not get any better, you also get a free sloth Christmas card with every order, so happy days.

Each and every purchase helps provide thousands of essentials for people in need, so put a sock in it, show your support, because you would be crackers not to help!

Thank you for reading and I wish you a very Merry Christmas 😊

Melanie xx


128 thoughts on “It’s Cool to Care: Have a Cracking Christmas with Leiho Socks #Review

  1. What a fun alternative to the traditional crackers! We actually every Christmas Eve right before dinner open our crackers or Poppers as we call them! Everyone does this weird arm cross thing with the person sitting next to them on each side and then we all pull at the same time to hear the Pop! Then we gather our treasures which are usually a paper crown, some bizarro penny toy, and a really bad Dad Joke!
    But Socks!! Now this may be a new tradition we need to start especially since these Leiho socks look nice and colorful! Plus, I need to see exactly how their charity works but it sounds great that they are trying to help others.

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    1. WOW what a fabulous comment, thank you for taking time to write this, as it means so much to me. Haha I love it that sounds like so much fun Eric! You get socks and also the paper crown with these so you are all sorted. Absolutely enjoy the crackers and the socks too xx

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  2. Wow, what an amazing brand! I love all the hard work they are doing to help children in need, wish more businesses did the same! The socks look fab and the cracker idea is amazing xx

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