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November 08, 2012

Thermal-Aid 100% Natural Heating and Cooling Pack


Thermal-Aid is a revolutionary, 100% natural therapeutic heating/cooling treatment pack specifically designed for the medical field, to reduce swelling and relieve pain. Thermad-Aid's researchers worked closely with milling engineers from the largest agribusiness companies in the world to create a line of products, using a unique process, which allows a specialized corn to hold temperatures for long periods of time.

Thermal-Aid has been tested on patients and animals - yes, Thermal-Aid also offers heating and cooling packs for pets! - with many different pain ailments including arthritis, fibromyalgia, broken bones, multiple sclerosis, migraines, back pain, and various muscle aches. The results have been incredible, sparking major interest among healthcare professionals and veterinarians across the country. As its long list of healing attributes continues to grow, 100% natural Thermal-Aid truly is "Nature’s therapeutic source"!

Yellow Bear 'Honey'

I have been very kindly offered to test and feature a Thermal-Aid heating and cooling pack on Gaby's Beauty Blog and of course, I had to choose one of their soft and cuddly bear, aimed at kids ages 3+ - hey, if they work just as well, why not opt for the cutest option?

Thermal-Aid is ideal to help arthritis, back pain, muscle soreness, menstrual cramps, neck pain, carpal tunnel, headaches and migraines, sprains/strains, sunburn, fever, stomach aches and flu symptoms, bug bites, lactation, babies with colic (under adult supervision), multiple sclerosis and growing pains. It can be heated in the microwave for approximately 45 to 60 seconds and cooled in the freezer for about five hours. I have tried Honey both heated and cooled and I have found my experience very relaxing and soothing, especially after a long day at work.

Peach has a new friend!

The bears are available in five colors and retail for $19.95 on the Thermal-Aid website, but Thermal-Aid also offers a wide variety of heating and cooling packs for adults, kids and pets.

Disclaimer: One or more products were sent to me for consideration to review. I am not affiliated with this company and the fact that the products were free absolutely does not influence my opinion.

8 comments:

  1. Trop mignonnnnn! (surtout la photo avec Peach hihi!)

    C'est disponible sur Internet, mais est-ce que ça l'est aussi en pharmacie? Il me semble avoir vu quelque chose de semblable mais je ne m'en rappelle plus où! Ça semble une belle alternative au sac bleu magique hihi! :)

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  2. What a cute little bear, this is such a good idea!

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  3. @Valérie Latendresse : Hmmm en fait je ne sais même pas! J'ai beau chercher, je ne trouve pas de "store locator" sur leur site, ni d'information sur le net...

    @Sarah: I know right? (:

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  4. aww do cute and totally useful! I think I might have to buy myself one!

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  5. C'est pas grave hihi! Je vais peut être craquer pour le sac magique à la lavande... ça semble un bon produit et en plus une partie de l'argent va pour la recherche pour le cancer du sein :)

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  6. I think I saw one of these somewhere.. very intriguing! I get backaches when I'm on the computer a lot so maybe I should look into this.

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  7. @Betzy's Makeup : Isn't it so cute?

    @Bailey- I Know All the Words: Do let me know how you like it if you ever get one Bailey!

    @Valérie Latendresse: Je ne savais pas qu'ils avaient un sac à la lavande, ça doit sentir bon!

    @eight: I know, me too, especially after a long day at work, it feels so good!

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