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Hot & Cold Foot Wraps

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  1. Hot and cold therapy for feet
  2. Ideal for aches, pains and tiredness
  3. Suitable for sprains, bruises or injuries
  4. Can be heated in microwave or chilled in freezer
  5. Adjustable Velcro fastening

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Soothe sore feet with comforting hot and cold therapy.

These Hot/Cold Foot Wraps are ergonomically designed to fit the contours of your feet to deliver gentle heat therapy deep into your muscles. Simply pop the wraps in the microwave to heat them, or leave them in a bag in the freezer to chill them down. They’re perfect for arthritis, bursitis and general heel and arch pain or tiredness.

Heat therapy is really effective method of alleviating stiffness in persistently painful or achey muscles, so if you spend lots of time standing or walking the Hot/Cold Foot Wraps could be perfect for you to help you to relax and relieve sore feet.

Cold therapy is ideal for sprains, injuries and acute pain as it alleviates swelling and inflammation. If you’re recovering for an injury or you’re prone to heel and arch pain, freezing the Hot/Cold Foot Wraps in a plastic bag will chill them down perfectly to reduce your weight.

With Velcro fastening, these wraps are adjustable for you to get the perfect fit; they should sit snugly against your feet to deliver the heat therapy whilst you sit back and relax!

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SKU / Product Code 92636

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