Disposable Heat Patches for Menstrual Period Pain Relief with Reusable Belt
"I use heating pads/blankets every day due to chronic pain and these heat patches were very convenient. I really liked that the belts were reusable, meaning it saves quite a bit of material as opposed to similar products." Rachel Wylie, CA
12 HOURS OF HEAT
Sunny Bay’s air-activated body heating packs provide up to 113 ºF of safe heat to relieve muscle pain, soreness, and tension caused by intense training or accidental tweaks that can happen during daily activities. No microwave is necessary - activate it right out of the package for the best thermal therapy for your aching body.
Sunny Bay air-activated heat pads are the most effective way to relieve pain during your busy day at work, school, or on the go. Please keep them in your purse, gym bag, or backpack for instantly accessible relief from muscle aches, cramps, and strains.
Using the belt, the heat is directly on the skin via the pocket fabric. The pack stays put whether you’re standing up or moving around in your office chair. They provide heat for up to 12 hours when applied, and 8 hours of relief when removed, and are designed to protect your skin from the long-lasting heat stored inside.
Protect your body and clothing with our wearable belts, designed for maximum comfort. Air out hourly to avoid burns to the skin.
No need to save them! These heat wraps are designed to provide soothing relief from muscle aches and pains and be disposed of easily. They’re odor-free, you don’t have to wash them, and you can buy as many as you like for instant treatment when needed.
Patch size: 5 x 3.5 inches
Belt length: 42 inches, can stretch out to 60 inches.
24 heat patches and 4 reusable belts in each box.
Weight each patch: 0.1 oz
Open the package when ready to apply. Wear the belt then insert the heat patches into the pockets. The heat can last for up to 12 hours.
Air out hourly to avoid burns to the skin.
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