Every now and again we are able to arrange special offers for our members. Please feel free to take advantage of those we have available now!
Note: Product Reviews are the opinion of the reviewer based on personal experience and the input of our members. While the evaluation process is not clinically-based or scientific in nature, they are tested by real Raynaud’s sufferers for their benefit in real life situations. Products have not been tested nor regulated by the FDA.
- A gloves are lightweight, stretchy gloves knitted with silver nylon that helps to keep heat in and to even out the temperature across the palm and fingers. The silver content means these gloves are great for using touch screen devices, like smartphones, iPads, iPods and other mobile devices – without taking your gloves off and feeling the cold – amen!
Alpaca socks are warm and not itchy or as bulky as wool socks. In the Founder’s words: “The alpaca fiber is warmer than wool, but as soft as cashmere. It wicks moisture naturally and does not retain odor. I believe it is one of the best natural fibers out there.”
- Helios soaking salts are made from a unique Blend of Helios Essential Oils combined with the therapeutic benefits of Himalayan, Dead Sea and Epsom salts providing soothing relief for sore muscles, arthritis, body aches carpel tunnel and Raynaud’s.
- ProNeema™ is a non-greasy skin cream originally designed for the special needs of diabetic patients to help heal and protect their skin, particularly their feet, which can become dangerously dry and prone to nerve damage and infection. But the ingredients in ProNeema also provide first aid and warmth for us Frosties.
- The inventor created these heated slippers for his mother who suffered from both Raynaud’s and peripheral neuropathy. The lightweight and fairly flat rechargeable lithium-ion batteries have a built-in thermostat control that automatically adjusts the temperature output for optimal comfort.
- Wristies are fingerless gloves, glove liners, cuffs, and a fashion accessory — all in one!
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