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Relief and support of symptoms due to Raynaud's Syndrome. Foot specific. Please note, this is not for self-treatment. Please consult with your physician to indicate medical appropriateness.

Raynaud's Syndrome is a condition in which some areas of the body feel numb and cool in certain circumstances. In Raynaud's phenomenon, smaller arteries that supply blood to the skin constrict excessively in response to cold, limiting blood supply to the affected area.
The fingers, toes, ears, and tip of the nose are commonly involved and feel numb and cool in response to cold temperatures or stress. It's often accompanied by changes in the color of the skin.
Treatment beyond self-care, such as dressing warmer, usually isn't needed.