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Headache Hat Wearable Ice Pack

Editor's Rating
4.8/5?

Easily alleviate migraine headaches with the Headache Hat Wearable Ice Pack. Featuring a patented design, this flexible and lightweight accessory wraps around your head to provide relief for all types of headaches. Using cooling therapy, the Headache Hat wraps real ice cubes in a thin plastic layer to offer long-lasting relief. Likewise, the protective layer stops the water from melting all over you. Additionally, the wearable ice pack requires 24 ice cubes, with eight in each of the three rows. Each ice cube is individually placed in a blend wrap band. Made of flexible cotton polyester, the band comfortably wraps around your head straight out of the refrigerator or freezer. Designed for use while laying down or moving around, it looks like a hat when you’re wearing it. Finally, you can move the Headache Hat from back to front, wear it around your neck, over your eyes and more.

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Ashley Timms
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Fits
21-23 Inch heads
Materials
Cotton, Lycra
Dimensions
23 x 1 x 6 Inches
Weight
1 Pound
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