Would YOU sleep in an ice hotel? Or in an igloo? Or under the stars on a 14,000ft peak in the winter? YES! As long as you take these steps to stay warm...
What is Coldscreen? A natural lotion you apply before going into any cold environment to help keep you warm for up to 4 hours. How does it work? 3 stages....
Both Skiing and Snowboarding are heat producing exercises, but when you stop moving - whether you are on the ski lift, waiting for people, or simply hanging around - you are at particular risk from the cold.
We have a saying here at UThermic that the quality of your questions will determine the quality of your answers. Our product development and customer research/testing were very in depth with over 8000 people surveyed and tested which meant that we could use all of our learnings and put them directly into the messaging on the packaging.
In a nutshell, here's what you need to know right now... When you are out in the cold you need to: Create internal heat and Conserve heat. A pro tip here is to make sure whatever you are wearing that the underside of your wrists and the inside of your ankles are covered. This is where a lot of heat gets lost from going into your extremities.
It might be cold but, life and work go on. Here's how to apply the 2 main factors for keeping warm when working outdoors in the cold: Creating & Conserving heat
It is not just about always being cold. There are 28 million of us in the US with Raynaud's. 9 times more women than men. Extremities turn white, then blue, then bright red as our circulation departs our fingers and toes. In extreme cases, entire limbs can lose their circulation.
To understand why some of us feel the cold more than others we need to understand why any of us feel cold at all…
Feeling the cold is a good thing… Wait! What? WHY?
Before recent times, we had not thought about, or had any other viable option during our getting dressed for cold weather routine, but that was before a newer emerging winter skin care niche broke the technology grounds of creating easy to use, effective and most importantly, safe, warming creams.