TheraIce RX Hot & Cold Compression Sleeve hot and cold therapies control blood flow to the treatment area, boosting the body's natural healing process. Unique compression perfectly distributes the hot or cold therapy to hit all the right spots, every time. State-of-the-art gel liner and buttery-soft, breathable fabric provides a comfortable compression-like stretch that doesn't wiggle or slip no messy, uncomfortable ice packs or awkward straps here.
The sleeve-like design adapts to comfortably fit different areas of the body including the knee, elbow, bicep, hamstring, thigh, quad, calf, or ankle, while super-thin material makes it easy to wear it on the go or concealed under clothing. The dual therapy technique works for inflammation, arthritis pain, sore muscles, swelling, strains, sprains, surgery recovery, tendinitis, bursitis, tendinosis, osteoarthritis, tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, and more.
ThereaIce RX Headache & Migraine Relief Hat did you know compression and cold therapies help to constrict blood vessels and reduce inflammation, helping mute pain signals. Heat therapy relaxes muscles, melting tension into pain-free relaxation. The pillowy, cloud-like fabric gently cushions pressure points; no messy ice packs, uncomfortable hard inserts, scratchy velcro, or awkward straps. One size fits all! Can be worn over the eyes to block out 100% of light, or above the eyes to ease the pain while working, doing chores, or watching TV.
My Opinion: I use the sleeve on my elbow, ankle, and knees as I have pain that needs relief. I also tried the hat on my head and it fit just fine and relaxed the pain away from stress, a pinched nerve in my left shoulder. I like how easy they are to put on and use. Being plus-sized women they stretch enough for me to use comfortably.
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