ColdStar Soft Gel Eye Pack

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Hot & Cold Packs

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Learn About Cardinal Health Reusable Gel Pack

Cardinal Health Reusable Gel Packs help provide hot or cold therapy for convenient and effective pain relief. All products are made of non-toxic materials that do not contain DEHP. It is cold enough to offer targeted ice therapy without sacrificing flexibility, making it your most beneficial cold compress ever. Regardless of temperature, These packs stay smooth and soft on your skin as they conform to deliver soothing relief. It comes in a variety of shapes and sizes to suit any situation and provide you with drug-free relief from pain and inflammation. Don’t let discomfort and swelling hobble you. With a soft fleece cover & adjustable velcro strap, this hot cold pack wrap can be secured to the neck, shoulders, ankles, knees, or elbows molding to your body for targeted pain relief & injury recovery.

Cardinal Health Reusable Gel Pack Features:

  • Effective temperature therapy
  • For use as either hot or cold pack
  • Easy to use – just freeze or microwave

Specifications:

    Quantity Single Unit or Case
    Size Multiple Available
    Compliant TAA Compliant
    Activation Method Microwave/Freezer
    Material Vinyl/Gel
    Securing Method Without Securing Method
    Target Area General Purpose
    Usage Reusable
    Additional Information:

    The ColdStar Soft Gel Eye Pack is a gel eye pack that is designed for cold only use. The pack is made from soft, pliable gel that contours to the shape of your face. It measures 2 1/2" x 5" and can be used to relieve pain and swelling from a variety of conditions, including migraines, sinus infections, and allergies.

    FAQs

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    Can I place a gel pack directly onto my skin?

    When using a hot/cold pack microwave reusable gel pack, you should always have a towel or cloth wrapped around it. The gel pack should not come directly in contact with your skin to prevent any potential skin damage.

    Do gel ice packs expire?

    Gel packs don't have an expiration date, but it's recommended that you pay attention to the condition of the ice pack to ensure it's still up to par. If the pack isn't maintaining the same level of cold or heat it once was, it may be time to look at new ones.

    How do reusable gel packs work?

    A hot/cold pack microwave reusable gel pack contains water and other substances that allow it to re-freeze and heat up

    How long do heat packs last?

    The heat retained in a heat pack depends on the temperature it was heated to, but most will retain heat for 15-20 minutes. As for the lifespan of a heat pack, it depends on the usage amount and the product itself. Better products will last longer and be able to endure more microwave time.

    How long do hot packs take to heat up?

    The microwave time for hot packs depends on the size of the gel pack. Some smaller packs take only 10 seconds, while larger ones can take 40-60 seconds. If heating up a larger pack, break up the time into smaller increments and constantly check the pack's temperature to avoid overheating.

    How many times a day can I use a heating pack?

    It's advised to use heating packs for no more than 15-20 minutes on the affected area. After the allotted time is up, remove the pack for at least an hour before reapplying it 2-3 more times throughout the day.

    Is the gel in gel packs toxic?

    Most freezer packs with gel contain non-toxic polymers or cellulose with sodium chloride, water, and dye. If small amounts are ingested, loose stools or an upset stomach may occur — but it's nothing to worry about. If more is consumed, reach out to poison control for additional instructions on the situation.

    What is the blue gel in ice packs?

    The blue gel is made of a combination of dye, propylene glycol, hydroxyethyl cellulose, water, and vinyl-coated silica gel.