Keeping Your Hands Warm

Keeping Your Hands Warm

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Keeping Your Feet Warm

Keeping Your Feet Warm

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Keeping Your Body Warm

Keeping Your Body Warm

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Ejendals Tegera 295 Insulated Waterproof Winter Gloves

  • Gloves to keep you warm and protected in the winter
  • Ideal for use by sufferers of Raynaud's disease
  • Winter-lined and waterproof for use in cold and wet conditions
  • Extremely good fingertip sensitivity for finger dexterity
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Five Toe Warming Copper Socks

  • Warms feet with the heating power of copper
  • Anti-odour properties eliminate foot smell
  • Promotes blood flow to each individual toe (angiogenesis)
  • Great for diabetic, elderly, itchy, dry or cold feet
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HotRox Double-Sided Electronic Handwarmer with Power Bank Function

  • Dual heating plates for more effective heating
  • Provides heat for up to 6 hours
  • Instant heat at the touch of a button
  • Fits comfortably in the palm of your hand
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Cosynite Wool Underblanket

  • Temperature regulating blanket
  • Fluffy, soft & natural wool
  • Available in 3 different sizes
  • Ideal for sufferers of Raynaud's
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Briers Warm Navy Gardening Gloves

  • Ideal for keeping Raynaud's at bay while gardening
  • Elasticated cuff to keep out debris and dirt
  • Latex covering on palms and fingers for good grip
  • Thick liner, quality dexterity and finger protection 
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Raynaud's Disease 9% Silver Socks (Three Pairs)

  • Ideal for sufferers of Raynaud’s Disease
  • Silver helps to minimise heat loss
  • Helps with cold, numbness, tingling and pain
  • Proven to help keep your feet and toes warmer
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Raynaud's Disease - We're Here To Help

Millions of people suffer with Raynaud's Disease around the world. It is estimated that up to 1 in 8 men, and 1 in 5 women are affected by Raynaud's Disease in some form. Raynaud's Disease is also referred to as Raynaud's Syndrome and Raynaud's Phenomenon. 

We are here to help you learn about Raynaud's Disease, and help you cope with the symptoms of Raynaud's Disease.

We hope that you find us to be a valuable resource for information, help, guidance, advice and products that can help you deal with Raynaud's Disease.

Recent Blog Posts
Monday, 1 March 2021  |  Sean

For most Raynaud's is a winter condition, something which gets worse the colder the conditions are. But for those who have extreme symptoms, then it can even hit in summer too. Find our How to Beat Raynaud's in Summer with this handy guide.

Sunday, 20 December 2020  |  Eugene
Best Heated Slippers 2021

With cold weather approaching, Raynaud's sufferers need to make sure their feet are warm and protected around the home. Read about our new SnugToes range of slippers to do just that, in our guide to the Best Heated Slippers.

Tuesday, 1 December 2020  |  Sean
Best Products for Raynaud's Disease 2021

Whether you call it Raynaud's DiseaseRaynaud's Syndrome or Raynaud's Phenomenon, suffering from the cold isn't pleasant. At Raynaud', we have a multitude of products that can help to warm you through and get you feeling back to 100%.

Thursday, 19 November 2020  |  Sean
How to Prevent Raynaud's on Your Winter Getaway

If you suffer from Raynaud's disease, then a winter getaway can become more difficult. This guide explains how to stay warm while on your holiday, ranging from keeping your body to warm to your fingers and toes.

2 CommentsWednesday, 11 November 2020  |  Sean
What's the Difference Between Primary and Secondary Raynaud's?

At we're committed to helping those with Raynaud's. While we have plenty of products to help with the condition, this guide helps you understand the difference between primary and secondary Raynaud's.

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