Elitehood Reusable Ice Bag Hot and Cold Pain Relief of all injuries

5 out of 5

$39.13

Description

Ice Bags for Injury and Rehabilitation

Relieve your aches and pains with these Elitehood Ice Packs: Ice Bag/Pack is a first-aid essential in life, it can help you relieve from all kinds of arches and pains and recover.

3 SIZE DESIGN FOR DIFFERENT REQUIREMENTS – Small 6” and medium 9” for teens, large 11” for adults. A must-have product for sport injuries, pain relief, muscle aches and first-aid etc.

Ice Bag Pack Reusable Ice Bag for Injuries, Hot & Cold Therapy and Pain Relief with Elastic Breathable Support Wrap

HANDSFREE ICE BAG PACK – A compress wrap would help to hold the ice bags, being more stable and versatile support full body.

EASY TO USE AS HOT & COLD THERAPY – For cold therapy, simply fill the ice bag two third full with ice and water to relieve discomfort from headaches, bruises, migraines, muscle aches and swelling. For heat therapy, add hot water (not boiling) to help soothe an upset stomach, migraine, sinus and joint pain.

SAFE & WATERPROOF – With Leak-resistant Design, dacron Textile ensures the water to stay cold or hot much longer. And being easy to carry and use everywhere.

RELIEVE PAIN AND SORENESS – The ice bag packs are ideal for application of cold therapy to help reduce pain and swelling from minor scrapes, bruises, muscle aches, sprains and strains,suitable for sport injury and first-aid.

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