Heated Arthritis Gloves – To Ease The Pain Of Sore Joints

December 9, 2015 - Comment

Heated arthritis gloves use the bodies heat to ease the pain of sore joints. Arthritis gloves really do work and will make a difference in your everyday life. Textured for a firm grip these gloves from Thermoskin will aid you and make household chores and enjoyable activities part of your routine again. Don’t let sore

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Heated arthritis gloves use the bodies heat to ease the pain of sore joints. Arthritis gloves really do work and will make a difference in your everyday life. Textured for a firm grip these gloves from Thermoskin will aid you and make household chores and enjoyable activities part of your routine again. Don’t let sore joints in your hands prevent you from doing the things that you love to do.

The Thermoskin Premium Arthritis Gloves are anatomically shaped and have been specifically designed to relieve arthritic pain in the fingers and hand. Thermoskin is clinically proven to increase blood flow and skin temperature. The Arthritis Gloves provide light compression and support. This exclusive combination of clinically proven heat therapy and gentle support work together to bring natural relief from arthritic pain. The Thermoskin Glove reduces the chances of swelling hands and eases the pain of sore joints. The gloves are also useful when doing household chores and gardening as they reduce soreness and swelling of the hands and fingers. This glove is not only helpful to arthritis sufferers, they are also helpful to anyone requiring gentle heat therapy to the joints of the hand. The complete outer layer of the gloves are textured with GripTex to provide additional grip. There is a Velcro wrist closure for easy application and better fit. There is a right-hand and left hand glove in every pack. Sizing Guide: Measure the circumference around the knuckles. X-Small 6 – 6 3/4 inches. Small 7 – 7 3/4. Medium 8 – 9. Large 9 1/4 – 10 1/2. X-Large 10 3/4 – 11 1/2. XX-Large 11 3/4+. If in doubt on sizing for this product it is generally best to select the larger size.

Product Features

  • Capture’s your body’s heat to bring natural relief from arthritic pain.
  • Anatomically shaped to provide warmth and even compression
  • Outer layer of fabric is textured to provide additional grip
  • Reduces the chances of swelling hands and eases the pain of sore joints
  • Helpful to anyone requiring gentle heat therapy to the joints of the hand

Comments

AZdesert says:

My first and now best pair of arthritic gloves! I have Rheumatoid Arthritis and Raynauds Syndrome and was suffering terribly this winter. These gloves are GREAT. They keep my hands warm in cold weather, and now in warmer weather the light compression feels so good when my hands are hurting and sore. I recommend these to anyone whose hands hurt from arthritis. The compression took a little getting used to; I initially thought I needed a larger size. But perhaps they stretched out a bit because now they fit very well, but still snug, and my hands are still swollen just as much. Now I need the same type of thing for my feet! 

LynZ says:

Sizing tricky, but worked out fine. I am 28, 5’6″ average build, average hands (you know, my ring finger is a standard 7). I ordered the medium and they were slightly big. Almost right, but not snug enough to feel like they would help. So I sent them back and they quickly and happily sent me a pair of smalls. These fit nice and snug, however I couldn’t bend my fingers without the fabric pushing my knuckles straight. I was nervous to alter them, but I ended up cutting almost an inch off of each finger and now they fit great. I think for a man, or a person with longer fingers they would be fine, but for someone like me, don’t be afraid to cut them until they feel right. In the photo, they are shown above the knuckle, which is how they came, but I felt the fabric was a little too ridgid (but that’s what makes it supportive) to have cover my already sore knuckles. That could be me though. They don’t fray either, so don’t worry to take the sciccors to them. 

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