Koolpak Luxury Reusable Hot and Cold Pack (12cm x 29cm)

Koolpak Luxury Reusable Hot and Cold Pack (12cm x 29cm)

OV5564

Regular price
£11.57
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£13.88
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Koolpak Luxury Reusable Hot and Cold Pack (12cm x 29cm)

The Koolpak Luxury Reusable Hot and Cold Pack (12cm x 29cm) provides effective and long-lasting relief from muscular pain or swelling. It has been designed to mould to the affected area, providing effective and mess-free hot and cold pain relief.

Who Can Use the Hot and Cold Pack?

Whether as a result of an active lifestyle, spending a lot of time playing sports, or simply unavoidable natural wear and tear of the body, everyone experiences pain and discomfort from time to time. With this in mind, the Luxury Reusable Hot and Cold Pack has been designed to be as practical and as easy to use as possible to ensure that it can be utilised at a moment's notice to treat all kinds of ailments.

It can be used to reduce swelling caused by an injury or as a result of another condition. It is also suitable for providing heat to aching joints and painful soft tissue injuries, offering effective pain relief when it is needed most.

How to Use the Pack for Cold Therapy

Cold therapy, or cryotherapy, is a well-known approach to relieving pain and reducing swelling. If you suffer from a condition that causes swelling of the limbs, or if you've taken a nasty fall and have suffered from an unexpected injury, the cold pack can help to reduce this swelling and minimise associated pain.

The cold pack can be stored in the freezer before use, and then wrapped in a cloth or protective sleeve before applying to the affected area. The cold pack should be used for short intervals of no longer than twenty minutes to help prevent against any further harm to the area.

How to Use the Pack for Heat Therapy

Unlike cold therapy, which cools down swollen limbs, heat therapy is ideal for encouraging blood flow to the injured area to reduce pain and quicken the rate of healing. This will be particularly useful if you suffer from an injury and need to minimise the pain as quickly and as effectively as possible.

The hot pack can be placed in the microwave at a designated temperature for around twenty seconds, then wrapped in a cloth or protective sleeve before use. As with cold therapy, the pack should be applied to the skin for short intervals only to ensure that the skin does not become burnt.