Fire & Ice Therapy Packs

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You can use this hot or cold  for sore muscles to scrape and bruises


  • heat therapy
  • hand warmer
  • loosen muscles
  • reduce cramps
  • relieve stiff joints



  • burn relief
  • headaches
  • reduce swelling
  • scrapes & bruises
  • pain management


For heat just stick in the microwave for 10 sec. and your done. For cold stick in the freezer for an 1 hour it will not get hard it will stay soft.

The fire & ice packs have a soft cloth backing the eliminates the need for using a towel when the pack gets too hot, or too cold for direct skin contact. These are FDA approved. They are top notch quality made, to last a long time and to use over and over again.

Stuff an ice cold gel pack in your lunch box to keep your food fresh and cool all day. Fire & Ice Hot and Cold Packs make great freezer packs for lunch bags and boxes as well as coolers when you’re headed out on a trip to the beach or a weekend in the woods. Through several frozen packs in the cooler, and away you go! No more messy ice cubes.

Each pack is filled with our magic gel solution which can easily freeze or quickly heat up for all your at home food and nursing needs, whether it’s a chicken salad sandwich in your lunchbox or a kid with a black eye and a hurt knee, Fire & Ice Hot Cold Packs have got you covered.

Fire & Ice packs have a non­woven, soft touch cloth backing made from PVC that eliminates the need for using a towel when the pack gets too hot or is too cold for direct skin contact. No need for awkward adjustments and additional supplies, just grab a cold pack and get the relief you need.





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