We’ve tried a number of rice-based microwaveable slippers in the past and haven’t been all that impressed. So when we were approached by CosySole’s team, we were skeptical, but CosySoles Microwave Heated Slippers stood up to the test!
FlavaNaturals dark chocolate and cocoa powder is high in cocoa flavanols which can help boost circulation and benefit people with Raynaud's Phenomenon.
We rarely have the opportunity to test a product with a good-sized sample of our members, but when one of our Sponsors started carrying Heat Holders® socks a couple of years ago, we were given the chance to let a number of Frosties use the product and provide their feedback, and the results were impressive.
Looking for a warm solution to tingly or painful hands and toes? HotHands® and Grabber® Warmers give continuous heat to hands, toes and your entire body! Just open the package and expose warmers to the oxygen in the air for hours of warmth whenever you want it.
Stylish, comfortable gloves developed by a team of fashion insiders and technology execs on a mission to bring relief to those suffering with Raynaud’s.
Instant heat is a wonderful thing for those living with Raynaud’s, and Ocoopa’s Rechargeable Hand Warmers really heat up fast with the punch of a button!
Imagine a store filled with heated products – gloves, jackets, socks, vests, blankets, even heaters: every heated product you can imagine!
Imagine a portable warming pouch for your hands where you could get instant heat anytime, anywhere – you’ve just visualized the G-Tech Hand Warmer and Heated Hoodie!
Made by Öjbro Vantfabrik of Sweden of 100% merino wool and four layers of insulation. It’s hard to believe that products so beautiful can be this warm and functional!
We became aware of Nutrasal’s Magnesium L-arginine skin cream through a call from the owner of the company, Bruce Perry. He and his family all have Raynaud’s.
Three features Frosties want in a heated glove: Warmth down to the fingertips, maximum dexterity, and not to look like Suzie Ski Bunny.
Digitsole is the first connected, interactive, heated insole that can be controlled through your smartphone via Bluetooth technology.
ProNeema™ skin cream was originally designed for the special needs of diabetic patients to help heal and protect their skin.
Wristies® are fingerless gloves good for layering under a coat outdoors as a protective layer between a jacket and gloves or mittens.
This cream is different from others we’ve featured in that it doesn’t offer immediate warmth or relief.
Infracare specializes in supplying products to the medical community that are specifically designed for people with a common problem very familiar to Raynaud’s sufferers – cold hands and feet.
These little hand warmers pack in a lot of heat! We were a bit skeptical at first, because the metal exterior on the original model we tested was initially cold to the touch. But once you flip the switch, you almost instantly feel it working.
SunLoops™ hand warmer holders were invented by Sandy Seibert and Jill Wright, both Raynaud's sufferers who were searching for a solution to warm their cold hands during attacks.
Limbkeepers® were originally created by New York apparel executive Deborah Vezan in response to her mother’s nine-year struggle with Alzheimer’s.
We tested Volt’s heated slippers when they first came on the market several years back and it was love at first sight and burst of warmth!
SnugToes™ are microwaveable slippers - just pop the warm heat pads into the microwave for 10 or more seconds and your toes are toasty warm!