Aqua Hot & Cold Pack
Aqua Hot & Cold Pack
Use hot & cold gel pads on your knee, ankle, shoulder, neck, head, jaw, elbow, wrist, or anywhere else you need them. It is great for sprains.
Fit the pack comfortably around the affected area, placing the therapeutic gel portion over the affected area. Adjust as required for the best fit.
Features of Hot & Cold Gel Bead Pack :
- Apply hot or cold
- Soft plush material on the backside
- An elastic strap holds the mask in place
- Microwavable and freezer safe
- Reusable and non-toxic
Benefits of Hot & Cold Gel Bead Pack :
- For hot fermentation or to use as an ice pack - microwave or immerse in boiling water to heat; freeze to chill.
- New generation gel beads technology from the original manufacturers of the hot and cold pack. Gel beads have better thermal properties and are more comfortable to use - beads allow for better flexibility and prevent bursting compared to non-bead packs.
- Included: soft cloth cover with strap more soothing on the skin than plastic, the strap allows you to fasten to knees or shoulders comfortably.
- Microwave for 60 seconds or immerse in boiling water to heat. Freeze to chill.
- Gel beads make them more flexible than other gel packs. Retain heat and cold for longer. Simple and easy to use.
How to Use Hot & Cold Gel Bead Pack :
Determine whether you need hot or cold therapy: Hot therapy is typically used for soothing sore muscles or increasing blood flow to an injured area. Cold therapy, on the other hand, is usually used to reduce swelling, inflammation, and pain.
Prepare the gel bead pack: If you're using the pack for cold therapy, place it in the freezer for at least 2 hours before use. If you're using it for hot therapy, you can heat it up by either immersing it in hot water for a few minutes or placing it in the microwave for 20-30 seconds (depending on the wattage of your microwave).
Apply the pack: Once the pack is ready, wrap it in a towel and apply it to the affected area. For hot therapy, make sure the temperature is comfortable before placing it on your skin. For cold therapy, it's best to keep a barrier between the pack and your skin to avoid frostbite.