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Kool 'n 'Soothe Ice-eeze Packs 2s

SKU : OTCICOOL2|PIP-Code : 3526886|EAN : 4987072081020
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Kool'n'Soothe Ice-eeze Packs are ready to use cooling packs that provide intense cooling relief for up to 60 minutes.
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Kool 'n' Soothe Ice-eeze Packs

Kool 'n' Soothe Ice-eeze Packs are ready to use cooling packs that provide intense cooling relief for up to 60 minutes. There is no refrigeration required so they are great for travel and first aid kits.

Kool 'n' Soothe Ice-eeze Packs contain urea in an inner bag and water in an outer bag. When you squeeze the pack, this bursts the inner bag and the two ingredients. Their reaction causes the temperature of the water to decrease dramatically, delivering an instant and intense cooling effect.

  • There is a liquid sachet contained within the Ice-eeze Pack. Locate this inner liquid sachet and squeeze firmly to rupture.
  • Shake to mix contents until cold.
  • For strains/ sprains/ bumps/ bruises/ muscular back pain ideally apply within 5 minutes of injury for 20-30 minutes and repeat as required with a fresh pack every 2-3 hours whilst awake for the next 24-48 hours.
  • For full instructions and precautions please refer to the product packaging.
If misused the Ice-eeze pack can cause frostbite. Follow instructions and monitor frequently. To prevent the risk of frostbite:
  • Wrap the product with a towel if using directly against the skin for prolonged periods of time or if the area of treatment feels too cold.
  • Discontinue treatment if area of treatment feels numb or is uncomfortably cold.
  • The product should be used with careful supervision on the elderly or physically disabled.
  • Stop use and ask a doctor if after seven days your pain gets worse or remains unchanged as this could be the sign of a more serious condition.
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