CVS Health, Instant Cold Pack Portable Pain Relief
- Reduces swelling
- Provides temporary pain relief
- Good for sprains
It's no secret that ice can help decrease inflammation and swelling because the cold restricts blood circulation, which numbs the pain. However, a traditional cold compress isn't always easy to set up. This is why you need the CVS Health Instant Cold Pain Relief Pack Value Size.
Having a cold pack in your home or even your car is recommended in case of emergencies. Instead of looking for a fridge nearby, you just need to squeeze the pack to activate the chemicals and turn it into a cold compress.
Icing your injury is something you should do within the first 48 hours of it happening. If you can do an immediate treatment, that is better.
Do not use a cold compress for more than 20 minutes. Instead, you can alternate between 20 minutes with the pack on, and 20 minutes without it. However, if you don't see improvement within 2 to 3 days, it is better to call a doctor. Aside from sprains, this the product can also be used for:
- Sore muscles
- Picaduras de insectos
- Aching joints
This product requires no refrigeration, and it is meant for single use only. To use it, locate the inner liquid bag and squeeze it to rupture. Then shake the contents, and wrap it with a cloth or a towel before applying to the affected area.
Follow instructions to avoid frostbite. Stop using if you feel uncomfortable or if your skin feels too cold.
|Problema||Alivio del dolor|
|Etapa de vida||Adulto|
|Tipo de producto||Terapia de frío y calor|