GOODBYE TENSION, HELLO NECK WRAP!
You will love this modern + geometric floral pattern.
- Melt away the tension. Let this cheerful therapy pack melt away the aches and pains as it drapes around your neck and shoulders.
- Relax in your own way. This well-designed therapy pack neck pillow can be applied warm or cold depending on your preference.
- Soothe tension & aches. Cold and warm heating pad packs can work wonders for pain
- Your answer for natural relief. Designed with your well-being in mind, this therapy pack is made with 100% cotton & linen fibers and filled with natural, unscented lentils.
FOR HEAT THERAPY: fold the compress in half and place in the microwave. Heat in 30-second increments until desired warmth is achieved (no longer than 1.5 minutes). Always test the temperature of your wrap before applying to your skin.
FOR COLD THERAPY: store in the freezer until ready to use.
All Natural Ingredients: Linen/cotton blend fabric, lentils
Dimensions: 28" x 4.5" x 0.5". Use a clean damp cloth to spot clean. Do not launder.
Caution: This product contains small pieces and is not recommended for children under the age of three. Do not overheat. Not intended for use while sleeping.
New neck wrap ritual
I am constantly getting neck aches and migraines from sitting at a computer all day. I use this wrap multiple times a week and it helps so much. I’ve also gifted it to multiple friends. The patterns are beautiful!
Tension Stress Reliever
After a long day sitting at my desk working, this neck wrap has done wonders on relieving the tension in my neck. Also, I, unfortunately, am suffering from frozen shoulder, and this has helped calm the tightness/heaviness in that area as well. Definitely multi-use item not just for your neck! Plus, it is so nice to have during these cold Chicago winter months.
Mmm my favorite new buddy!
Not just for the neck, this warm, little cuddle bud is great for low back pain and more. I love whacking this guy in the microwave and then curling up on the couch with it draped over my shoulders or placed behind my low back. I’ve even accidentally fallen asleep with it. Hey- I’m pregnant. Can you blame a girl?