Six cash-saving tips to keep your feet warm without cranking up the heating | The Sun

ARE your feet feeling the winter chill?

I’ve got a host of ways to help that don’t mean cranking up the heating.

Give your toes a warming tingle with these easy tips and great- value buys . . . 

SOCK SENSE: Wear thick wool or thermal socks — along with slippers indoors — to keep your feet from freezing.

You can get three pairs of men’s or women’s Heat Holders thermal socks for the price of two at GO Outdoors.

Join the store’s club for £5 and the socks will start at £5.50 a pair, plus you get year-round discounts.


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PLUG-IN PAMPERING: How amazing does a plug-in foot warmer sound? A boot-shaped Beurer version is £41 at Argos, but you can get toasty toes for less with an electric heated blanket foot warmer for £20.99 at The Range.

BODY HEAT: When our bodies get cold, our blood zooms away from our extremities to protect our vital organs.

That means the first step to keeping our feet and hands warm is to make sure the rest of our body doesn’t feel the chill too much. Time for another jumper.

HOT TO TROT: Walkers and cyclists swear by HotHands foot warmers, self-heating insoles that slip into your shoes. Halfords has a pack containing five pairs down from £4 to £3.20. They keep their heat for up to eight hours.

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SOUPED-UP SLIPPERS: Wearing cosy slippers is a treat for feet, but your toes will be wriggling with joy in a pair of Warmies Marshmallow slippers that can be heated in the microwave.

They are £19.99 a pair at — and you can sign up to the newsletter to save ten per cent.

HANDS-ON HEATING: Giving your feet a pampering massage will warm them up.

Any massage oil will do. Just warm it in your hands before rubbing all over your feet for five minutes.

You can also massage in CCS warming foot cream, £11.99 at Boots, to soften hard skin while giving you a glow.

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