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Slippies Microwavable Foot Warmers

Your extremities (hands and feet) are normally the coldest part on your body. That’s because your body is sending the heat to its core, to keep your vital organs at the right temperature.

What you need is a pair of Polar Fleece Microwavable Slippies. You can warm the slippers in a microwave and these slippies contain a special blend of treated flax seed and wonderfully relaxing herbs.

Simply “cook” them in a microwave for about 90 seconds, and then you'll feel the soothing effects of heat and aromatherapy on your tired aching feet.

Slippies can be reheated thousands of times and will keep your feet warm for up to 2 hours with each heating. You can also freeze them to treat sprains, bruising and swelling.

Fit's Tips: Sounds like a great Valentine's gift idea to me. Is the expression - "Cold feet, warm heart?"

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kscincotta kscincotta 9 years
Awesome.
kscincotta kscincotta 9 years
Awesome.
kittyluxe kittyluxe 9 years
i got a pair (different brand but same thing) a few years ago and they are pretty much the best things ever! my hands/feet are ALWAYS cold and take forever to warm up at night even when i wear socks. so all i do is pop the slippers in the microwave for 2mins and then my feet are warm and toasty right away :) they're great!!
snowdaytoday snowdaytoday 9 years
My gram's feet are always cold - I'm going to get her a pair - they look easy to use.
Midnightkiss4u09 Midnightkiss4u09 9 years
interesting.
Midnightkiss4u09 Midnightkiss4u09 9 years
interesting.
crispet1 crispet1 9 years
Ive mentioned something like this before. If you just want to warm your hands up, or treat a pain, throw some rice in a cloth sack (or a sock!) and dump it in the microwave. Works like a charm.
crispet1 crispet1 9 years
Ive mentioned something like this before. If you just want to warm your hands up, or treat a pain, throw some rice in a cloth sack (or a sock!) and dump it in the microwave. Works like a charm.
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