My Lil’ Warmers are self-activating heating packs that the sellers say will keep you warm for up to 6 hours and can be re-used thousands of times. They claim all you do is press the tab and the blue crystals turn red before your very eyes and heat up to 100 degrees.

How My Lil Warmers Work

My Lil’ Warmers come in a variety of shapes – a square that looks like a hot water bottle, a pair of round ones that have a imprint of a hand (to put inside your gloves), longer ones with an imprint of a foot (for your shoes), and a U-shaped one for your neck.

To use My Lil Warmers, you click the tab and this causes some kind of chemical reaction, resulting in the blue crystals turning red and the whole thing heating up. (We’re not sure exactly how it works, but it does look pretty cool.)

Then, place next to your skin and ahhh… they claim the shivers will be gone and you will be nice and toasty for up to 6 hours. When it’s blue and cold, they tell you to just activate the tab again. They promise My Lil’ Warmers won’t spill or get too hot and you and family will love them.

My Lil’ Warmers Cost:

$25.95, which includes a total of 7 different My Lil’ Warmers. This is pitched as just $10 plus $7.99 but then they charge you another $7.99 for the supposedly “free” packets.

My Lil’ Warmers gives a 90-day money back guarantee, which is nice of them, but only covers the $10 list price. Also, customer service can only be reached via email info@mylilwarmers.com, which doesn’t leave us with a warm fuzzy feeling.

My Lil’ Warmers Includes:

  • 2 Original (square)
  • 2 Hand Warmers
  • 2 Foot Warmers
  • 1 Neck/Muscle Warmer

Bottom Line: Is My Lil Warmers a Good Buy?

No one likes to be cold, and My Lil’ Warmers seems like a very promising product, especially because they say it can be reused thousands of times. We just want to remind you that even though they state in big letters it’s JUST $10, in reality it’s $25.95. And while the original is designed to look like a hot water bottle, judging from the commercial, it seems to be much smaller.

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We hope this helps – and let us know your experience with My Lil’ Warmers below!