Winter is on its way, and that means it's time to start thinking about keeping warm. For many of us, that means breaking out the space heaters and electric blankets. But if you're looking for a more natural way to stay warm this winter, consider using a Sunny Bay microwavable body heat wrap. Microwavable body heat wrap offer all the benefits of traditional heating wraps—including pain relief and stress reduction—without any of the drawbacks (like dry skin or static electricity buildup). Here's how to choose the best microwavable body heating wrap for your needs.
Size and Shape:
The first thing you'll need to consider when choosing a microwavable heating pad is size and shape. Microwavable heating pads come in a variety of shapes and sizes, so you'll need to pick one that's best suited for your needs. If you're looking for a general-purpose microwavable heating pad, a rectangular or oval-shaped pad will do just fine. However, if you're looking for something more specific—like a neck wrap or shoulder wrap—you'll need a Sunny Bay microwavable heating pad.
Microwavable heating pads are filled with either rice, wheat, corn, or flaxseed. Each type of filling has its own advantages and disadvantages. Wheat, for example, is lightweight and inexpensive; however, it can become hard and lumpy over time. Rice is heavier than wheat but still relatively inexpensive; however, it can attract insects unless it's stored properly. Corn is more expensive than rice or wheat but very lumpy due to the size of it; Flaxseed is the most expensive option especially during the 3-year draught in the North America; you will see many people get away from using flax seeds, or use just a little of it to cut cost. Flax seed has a longer lifespan than rice, wheat or corn; however, it can get lumpy if it gets wet. If these products are microwaved regularly, the insects won’t survive at all. SunnyBay Microwavable Body Heat Pad is inexpensive and has a washable cover to keep it clean!
Finally, consider how durable you want your microwavable body heat wrap to be. If you plan on using it frequently, you will want a durable heating pad that can withstand repeated use. There are also disposable options available if you only need a heating pad for occasional use while you are on the run. The plus side is that the heat can last all day.
When choosing a microwavable body heat wrap, there are four key factors you'll need to consider: size and shape, fill material, and price. If you are looking for a natural way to relieve muscle pain and tension, Sunny Bay's microwavable heat wrap with lavender is a great option. The heat and lavender scent work together to help calm and relax the body. The pads are flexible and easy to use, making them a great choice for on-the-go relief.