Actimove Arthritis Care Compression Gloves
Stiffness and pain from Raynaud's disease can get in the way of most of your daily tasks, and the quickest remedy is usually medical compression and warmth. The Actimove Arthritis Care Compression Gloves for Raynaud's Disease are designed to provide both warmth and compression, making them ideal for arthritis and any condition that causes aches and pains in the fingers and hands.
These gloves are available in four sizes based on the circumference of your hand (excluding the thumb). Select your desired size using the drop-down menu above.
Who Should Use the Actimove Arthritis Gloves?
These gloves are ideal for anyone who finds their hands and fingers are stiff and achy. In particular, they are suited to:
- Aching Fingers and Hands
- Cold Fingertips
- Raynaud's Disease (also known as Raynaud's Syndrome)
Which Size Arthitis Gloves Are Right for Me?
To find the perfect size Arthritis Gloves for you, simply measure the circumference of your palm (excluding the thumb area) across the area shown in the image below. Once you have this measurement, please consult the sizing chart beneath to find the right size for your hands.
|Glove Size ||Palm Circumference |
|Small ||18 - 20cm (7 - 8") |
|Medium ||20 - 23.5cm (8 - 9.25") |
|Large ||23.5 - 27cm (9.25 - 10.5") |
|Extra Large ||27 - 30cm (10.5 - 12") |
Please note: These gloves are designed to provide a snug and compressive fit. If you would like a slightly looser fit, we recommend choosing one size up from that indicated by your measurement.
How Do The Arthritis Gloves Relieve Pain?
Aching and cold fingers and hands are often due to a lack of circulation through your joints, which is something Actimove Arthritis Gloves are designed to enhance. By providing medical compression over the surface of your hands from your wrists to your fingers, these gloves will help to stimulate blood flow. This will help to providing a constant pain-relieving effect, and will also help your hands to stay warm.
How Tight Are Actimove Arthritis Gloves?
Actimove Arthritis Gloves are designed to fit tightly at the palm and at the mid-point of the fingers in order to speed-up healing by increasing blood flow to the area. The feeling of compression indicates you are benefitting from the increased blood flow to your hands.
How Should Actimove Arthritis Gloves Feel?
If you have correctly sized yourself using our table above, you should find that your Actimove Gloves fit tighter and are harder to remove than a standard pair of gloves. This is because compression gloves are designed to gently squeeze the hand, providing a tight fit to promote healing and rehabilitation.
Removing Your Actimove Gloves Correctly
Due to their compressive nature, please take care when removing your Actimove Gloves. To remove properly, simply undo the wrist strap, loosen the glove at the thumb and push the fabric up at the base of the palm in order to free your fingers.
When Can I Wear the Actimove Compression Gloves?
These gloves provide the hands with relief while still allowing a great deal of movement, so they won't be a hindrance when worn during all your daily activities. You can wear these gloves while writing, cooking, typing and more, making them an ideal solution for those with painful hands and fingers who are looking to get on with their day.
How Comfortable Are the Actimove Gloves for Arthritis?
Besides the pain and arthritis relief these gloves provide, they're also exceptionally comfortable to wear due to the soft and premium materials used. Actimove's neoprene-free performance material is designed to move with your hands while providing compression, and is extremely breathable to prevent your hands sweating when you wear the gloves for long hours throughout the day.
Relief from Tingling and Numbness
If you suffer with tingling fingertips or chronically cold hands, wearing standard gloves will not provide the necessary compression to encourage blood flow to the area. Actimove Arthritis Gloves are designed to tightly hug the hand, encouraging warm blood to the area, relieving the user from cold, numb and tingling sensations associated with a range of nasty conditions.
How Durable Are These Gloves?
As these gloves are designed for general wear throughout the day rather than during a specific task, they're designed to stand up to the regular wear and tear that hours of use can cause. The outside seams are reinforced, helping to prevent them from fraying when brushing up against a table, chair or appliance.
Do These Gloves Contain Latex or Neoprene?
No, these arthritis and Raynaud's gloves are completely latex and neoprene free. As these two materials are often associated with skin irritation, this makes the gloves particularly suitable for those with sensitive skin.