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Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Review/Giveaway: Arctic Ease Cryotherapy Wraps



As mom who doesn't run (exercise- what is that?) I wasn't quite sure how I was going to do a review for this product but guess what I did use it and love it! 

I work as a waitress and the other day it was very busy so I was carrying a lot of plates all day- well when I got home my right shoulder was killing me so I thought I would try a cooling pad.  Awwww it felt so good and my shoulder was in heaven!  I had it on there for couple hours- no mess, no changing, no odor- nothing it just felt soothing. 

Yesterday, my daughter came home and she got hit with a hockey stick and her knee was bruised and swelling so Arctic Ease to the rescue.  She loved and said "Oh mom this is so much better than the ice that melts!"  there you have it out of the babes mouth...better than ice!  She even had me wrap her up today and she wore it to school.  It was a bit odd at first, she thought it would be slimy but it wasn't.  She loved the soothing feeling.  She kept saying "awwwww this feels so good". 


So I guess a MOM who doesn't run can do a review for Arctic Ease because there are many ways you can use this product...we use the Mommy way!

How can you get yours:
The wraps and pads are sold at popular pharmacies like Walgreens and CVS, as well as grocery store chains like Jewel-Osco and Cub Foods. http://arcticease.com/where.php The wraps retail for $11.99 and the pads are $8.99. 


Learn more about Arctic Ease: http://arcticease.com/


If you would like to WIN 3 Arctic Ease Wraps and a T-shirt

Main Entry: Please leave comment on how you think you could use this product.

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Thanks for reading my review and please enter the giveaway.  This product is worth it!

Giveaway will close on Dec 7th at midnight.  Open USA only.

(I received a product sample in order to write my review. I received no monetary compensation. All opinions expressed are mine and mine alone.)
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14 comments :

Anonymous said...

lena.loulou@hotmail.com
WOW! This sounds like what I need for my knee. I have knee problems regularly, and having this wrap would be wonderful to help ease the pain.

Erin on December 3, 2010 at 9:50 AM said...

I seem to get hurt a lot while exercising, LOL! I can think of plenty of places to use one of these wraps.

Edie on December 6, 2010 at 3:31 PM said...

I would use Arctic Ease Wrap on my knees, I've had knee problems since high school.

asl on December 7, 2010 at 11:06 AM said...

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blandrews13 on December 7, 2010 at 12:11 PM said...

Would be great for mine or my husbands knee. We both have problems with them and this looks like the perfect thing.

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