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🦋ClockworkDolly 🦋 Feb 4
Can anyone recommend gardening gloves for small hands (mine) which might be a little bit thermal and keep the damp out, please? Was weeding the other day, damp hands, frozen fingers.
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Sticks Beat Bamboo -Wentz Wagon Driver Nov 8
"Fall is the BEST season!" My fingers disagree.
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EjuicesCBD Apr 3
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sos-cbd Apr 10
CBD can help Raynaud's Disease CBD has been found to help in relieving stress, a major trigger to constrict blood flow in Raynaud’s sufferers.
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MHIIR Jun 2
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Lynn Steblecki 2 Nov 17
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Lisa Teare 11 Nov 17
You can tell it’s cold when after an hour on my bike I have no feeling or colour in my hands😳❄️❄️☃️
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Paul Judges Feb 5
Louise has cold hands - not due to bleak triathlon; tangible warm heart.
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🐢🌊⛱Jeannine 🐬🌴☀️ Dec 26
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porcelainheart 24 Jun 18
In the past I learned the hard way, and believe me, you don't want to not walk for three months straight. Don't make the same mistakes. Wake up.
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Cozy Time 12 Jun 18
How life like is our HandWarmer ? Guaranteed to bring comfort they are bright-eyed & so . These cute characters are even being used by people with , and .
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Jen Feb 19
Been laying in bed for an hour trying to warm my hands and feet. Diagnosed at 6 years old 🥶
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Phil Hoyles Feb 12
TOMORROW: We talk . It’s causes, and living with it. from 10. Online | Mobile | DAB
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Footbeat Sport 21 Nov 17
One of our missions at Footbeat is to enhance the quality of life for our users. We're driven to make an impact and our customer's stories are the foundation of our business.
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laura cowling 24 Feb 18
. I need a thermos flask and several pairs of socks for my poor toes this morning. Keep wiggling them to try and get some flow but its just not happening.
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E.J. Nemet, DPM 12 Jan 18
Cold feet? It happens to everyone. If your feet are consistently chilled, or if you can't warm them up, it might be the sign of an underlying circulatory issue like Raynaud's Disease. Time to come in for an exam.
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MHIIR Aug 28
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Blonde_Elle Feb 5
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Rich ⚔ 8 Apr 18
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Docprime Feb 6
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