• Store in the freezer so that the pack is ready to use in case of injury. Approximately 1 hour is required for the gel to freeze before application. Remove and wrap the pack in a dry towel. Apply on effected area.
• When used as an ice pack it reduces muscle pain / spasms, swelling and or bruising after any type of trauma, fever, dental procedure or insect bite. It is best used in the first 48 hours when applied upon the affected area to reduce swelling around the injury.
• Ice treatment may also be used for chronic conditions before activity.
• Microwave: Place gel pack into microwave approximately for 30 – 45 seconds. If the gel pack is frozen, bring it back to the room temperature and then microwave it accordingly.
• Hot Water: Immerse the gel pack in boiled water for approximately 4-10 minutes. After 4 min check every min to see the correct temperature.
• The pack is excellent for sore, stiff, nagging muscles, joint pain, chronic injuries or injuries with no inflammation. It can help to reduce muscle spasms, relieve pain, elevate blood flow and boost metabolism.
• Avoid the use of heat treatment if the injury shows signs of swelling as the application of heat can promote unwanted blood flow to the injured area.
• Whether used hot or cold it is advisable to check the temperature to protect your skin. It should not be too hot or too cold.
• It is recommended that the gel pack is wrapped in cotton cloth before using it. If the gel which is inside the pack is exposed to the skin or eyes flush with water immediately. If irritation or redness persists, consult your physician.
• Keep this product away from Children.
• For External Use Only.
• Do not use if punctured or leaked.