Warmies Jr Lavender-Scented Plush Toys Only $12.99 Shipped | Use Warmed or Chilled

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These Warmies will be your kids favorite!

Through October 27th, head over to Jane.com where they are offering these Warmies Junior Lavender-Scented Plush Animals for just $12.99 shipped (regularly $19.99)!

Your Warmie will easily become your kiddo’s favorite bedtime buddy. You can take your Warmie and pop them in the microwave to heat them up to make them extra warm and cuddly or you can stuff them in the freezer for a few hours to be used as a cold-pack. Plus, they’re filled with lavender scented beans for extra relaxation!

They are not just for kids either. Adults can use them as a great way to relieve aching muscles or sore joints. There is a HUGE selection of over 25 different animal choices, so there’s sure to be a favorite for everyone!

fuzzy sloth warmies plush peking out from a box with purple tissue paper

Check out why Hip2Saver Readers LOVE these…

My newborn got this in his Easter basket from Grandma and it was a lifesaver when he had gas. Just warm it up and put it on their tummies.

We all love our Warmies. My teenagers use them after practice for sore muscles and I use them at “that” time of the month for comfort.

These are wonderful and relaxing. We buy them for incoming foster kiddos to help set their bedtime routine. They love getting their Warmies for the microwave. The lavender is soothing and helps them relax.

I have to add that these are also great for puppies for bedtime in the crate. The warmth makes them feel less lonely. Not great if they are in the chewing stage. We have not had any chewed up yet. The only downside is they are hand wash only. They need to add velcro so we can remove the inner bag.

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Comments 9

  1. Gramma C

    Luv these but can’t stand lavender. Does anybody happen to know a company that sells them unscented?

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      I am allergic to lavender and haven’t been able to find one. I do like to put rice in a small pillowcase and warm it in the microwave. Just tie off the top of the pillowcase.

      • GrandmaT

        I do the same but with tube sock lol I put rice in sock and microwave and it fits perfectly on neck ..

    • jessicabecker

      Etsy has a ton of options. Just search for “Rice Animal” or something like that. It will cost more but you support a small business and can opt to look for in-state options too.

  2. Kathleen

    Any recommendations for heating up for those of us without microwaves?

    • Jennifer (Hip Sidekick)

      I did find this, “We do not recommend heating Warmies in a conventional oven as internal oven temperatures can vary greatly. It is perfectly safe to warm your Warmies product on a radiator when not in use.”

  3. Angela

    The Warmies website says that the junior size (9 inches) listed on Jane.com is regularly $11.99.

    • Amber (Hip Sidekick)

      Thanks for sharing! How odd. I still see the $19.99 regular price listed as I click through the link above.

    • Beazy

      I checked the Warmies site and they are 11.99 for the junior warmies

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