Travel Eye Gel Pack Hot or Cold

Simply keep the Eye Gel Pack in the freezer compartment between uses to keep it cool for cold therapy. And it can be heated up if you wish to use it for hot therapy. Use it over and more

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  • Therapeutic Hot/Cold eye compress provides relief from sinus pressure, eye strain, or puffy eyes
  • Made of a medical grade, non-cracking, non-toxic, flexible PVC thermoplastic membrane
  • Gel never actually freezes - but remains soft and pliable even at temperatures as low as 17 deg F
  • Anatomical design keeps the gel distributed evenly over the treatment area for better therapy

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2 Responses to “Travel Eye Gel Pack Hot or Cold”

  1. Starover says:

    alternate heat and cold. this way you numb the pain and also try to increase the blood flow. its what i did in high scoohl for my many, many, many injuries. always helped pretty well because i never missed a game. do 20 minutes of one and then 20 minutes of the other and alternate for a while. hopefully it helps

    • Sikander says:

      Don’t buy ANY product or matocediin! Make your own face mask and exfoliator. Here is an exfoliat0r: Mix 2 teaspoons of baking soda with a few drops of warm water. Massage the paste over your face and rinse with warm water over the sink. Do this at least twice every week. Now here are some face masks: Oatmeal-Yogurt Mask for OILY SKIN- Mix 2 tablespoons of uncooked oatmeal and 2 tablespoons of plain yogurt. Honey-Oatmeal Mask for DRY SKIN- Mix 2 tablespoons of honey and 1 tablespoon of uncooked oatmeal. Yogurt-Cucumber Mask for SENSITIVE SKIN- Puree 2 tablespoons of yogurt with 1/4 cup of peeled and sliced cucumber. Use a cotton ball to pat the mask onto your face and rinse with cool water. THIS STUFF REALLY HELPS!To get rid of acne also do this: Stay hydrated!Don’t touch your skin a lot. Wash your face every morning with soap and water. Don’t pick at your zits, it will leave scars. Wash your pillow case often about once a week.

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