Anyone else feeling the chill? It may be time to invest in a few winter warmers to keep you toasty this winter – here are a few ideas…

1.  Thermal Gloves

Thermal gloves are a must-have for cold hands. I love my Heat Holders gloves and wouldn’t be without them now. I find these so important; I have Raynaud’s, always seem to have cold hands, and can often get sore joints, so keeping my paws warm really helps.

There are also thermal socks you can get, which I probably should have invested in last year as I’m sure that’d be more comfortable than 2 pairs of socks!


2.  Electric Blanket

Electric blankets are a thing of luxury if you fear getting into an icy cold bed. You can also get fluffy, warm blankets to go over your mattress, and a microfibre blanket on top of your duvet can help keep in the warmth. If an electric blanket isn’t your thing, then a good ol’ water bottle in bed will add a touch of warmth before getting in.

Silentnight Comfort Control blanket now £25.99 instead of £59.99

3.  Thermal Clothing

Check out the likes of Marks & Spencer, Asda, Sainsburys TU and even Primark for a variation in prices and styles when it comes to thermal tops and bottoms. Amazon also have a selection of men’s and women’s thermals. The tops are brilliant because they help retain the heat and act as a thin enough base layer for you to load on additional cardigans/jumpers as required.

4.  Heater

A portable heater is a great way to add some heat anywhere at home or at work, especially if you want to save on central heating and only want one room warmed. You can pick them up quite cheaply too, like this one with a 4.5 star rating for £16.99.

5.  Hand Warmers

For warmth on-the-go, how about some super cute hand warmers?  These would also make a thoughtful gift for the warm-hearted-cold-handed person in your life.

Keep those little paws toasty!

29 thoughts on “Winter Warmers – 5 Products To Keep You Toasty”

  1. I have bought myself a fleecy thermal mattress topper for my bed this yer and it’s lovely. Going to be warm as toast this time. I find bed socks are needed for me too. I hate having cold feed and it keeps me awake otherwise.
    I may treat myself to thermal gloves this year.

    1. I’d definitely recommend thermal gloves, I find them so much better than the regular (magic kids gloves as I have small hands…) gloves. Oooh, I used to have a fleecy thermal mattress topper when I was little, wouldn’t mind investing in another of those as I remember it being lovely. Thanks for the comment Liz – stay warm! 🙂

  2. Indeed, wooly socks are a must, I bought some great ones from Primark the other day. Will be looking up those gloves as they sound great, as long as I manage not to lose them.

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  3. Oh, I definitely need some of those gloves now that my son has started football club. It’s so cold on the side lines watching him play. Off to have a look now, thanks for the recommendation!

    1. I imagine it would be very cold, particularly if you’re sat there for a while not having things to do to take your mind off the cold or keep your blood going, like when you’re out walking. Wooly thermal gloves would be a very good idea – stay warm! 🙂 xx

    1. I’ll have to do some online shopping for some of those as I have a thing for Hello Kitty stuff (a phase I grew into, rather than out of, as I entered my late 20s!) xx

    1. You & your trusty scarf are welcome to the cold! I used to like winter when I was younger, love it actually, but since I started struggling from the cold it’s just made me grumpy. Enjoy the chilly adventures (complete with onesie and cardigan I hope) !

  4. Awww, the little heart-shaped hand warmers are so cute! 🙂
    My space heater is my hero during the fall/winter months. It gets so cold in my room without it. Even under the blankets. 😛

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