MakeMeHeal Blue Reusable Cold & Hot Soothing Eye Ice Pack (for Tired & Puffy Eyes, Post Surgery) (2 PACK)
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This reusable cold and hot eye compress may be used on the eyes for both cold and hot therapy to help in reducing post-operative swelling, bruising, and discomfort from a chemical peel, BOTOX®, collagen, restylane, hylaform, and other injections, eyelid surgery, face lift, laser eye surgery (LASIK), and nose surgery (rhinoplasty).(Read more...)
This item is a final sale item. No returns accepted.
Healthy Tip: Save 5% with the Compress 2-Pack. It is recommended to buy 2 compresses to be able to have a cold one ready at all times while the other is being used.
Product Description & Benefits: The reusable Cold/Hot Eye Compress may be used on the eyes for both cold and hot therapy to help in reducing post-operative swelling and bruising. The compress may be used for a wide range of cosmetic procedures, including chemical peel, BOTOX®, collagen, restylane, and other injections, eyelid surgery, face lift, laser eye surgery (LASIK), nose surgery, and other procedures (see full list below). The immediate application of cold therapy is beneficial for reducing post-operative swelling by constricting the capillary vessels and slowing down the flow of blood and other fluids to the injured or operated area. Patients also benefit from cold therapy’s anesthetic effect on the nerves, which helps reduce the sensation of pain and provides a soothing, refreshing, and relaxing feeling to the injured or operated area. Further, cold therapy reduces the risk of hematoma formation. Because cold therapy helps to restore strength, mobility and range of motion more quickly, patients may reduce their hospital stay, heal faster and feel better sooner. Hot therapy is beneficial in reducing post-operative bruising by helping break down bruising discolorations (i.e. black, blue, purple, green, gray, yellow and other discolorations). Hot therapy can also help increase comfort and relaxation for sore, achy skin and muscle tissues that have been operated on.
Beyond using the Cold/Hot Eye Compress during recovery from a cosmetic procedure (see full list below), this product can be highly effective for puffy eyes and dry eyes treatment, alleviation of tired eyes and headaches, relief from clogged sinuses due to colds and allergies, chalazion, chalazia, and first aid for burns and trauma.
This reusable Cold/Hot Eye Compress provides hours of relief. With simple freezer storage between uses, this reusable eye compress can be applied again and again. The flexible compress conforms gently to the area where the application of cold therapy is needed. The compress's unique non-freezable, non-toxic gel remains pliable even at low temperatures. The scientific, anatomical designs of the compress keep the gel distributed over the treatment area for better cold therapy treatment. The compress is safe for all applications.
Instructions For Use: For best results, it is recommended to buy 2 compresses to be able to have a cold one ready at all times while the other is being used.
Cold Therapy: Place your compress flat in refrigerator of freezer for several hours, (initial cooling of the compress takes approximately one hour). Adjust to comfort by placing an 4” x 4” gauze, thin clean cloth or paper towel between compress and the skin if necessary. For moist cold applications, wet the cloth or gauze, squeeze out excess moisture and place on the affected area. It is recommended to apply the compress for 15-20 minutes (or as directed by your doctor), and then off the affected area for 40-45 minutes (or as directed by your doctor). For better results, return your compress to the refrigerator or freezer after every use. The Cold/Hot pack can be reapplied after being cooled again. For continued relief, carry on cold therapy treatments for 72 hours after surgery or as directed by your doctor. When stored in the refrigerator or freezer, do not place any heavy objects on top of your compress.
Hot Therapy: Different methods can be used to heat the compress, from boiling water and hot tap water. Microwaving the compress is not recommended, as it can damage your compress and voids the manufacturer warranty.
BOILING WATER: If you use boiling water, bring water to a boil in a pan. Then, turn stove fire off and take the pan off the stove. Immerse the compress in boiled water for one minute. Make sure that you do not immerse the compress in the pan until the pan itself is removed from the stove. For moist heat, you may place a wet 4” x 4" gauze between the compress and the affected area. For dry heat, you may wipe the excess water from the compress with a clean cloth or paper towel and place the compress over the affected area.
HOT TAP WATER: If you wish to use hot tap water, run hot tap water until it reaches its hottest temperature, and fill a container with hot water. Soak the compress for three minutes and apply over the affected area.
MICROWAVE: Microwave use for heating is not recommended, as it could damage the compress and void the warranty. If you need to use a microwave, you should not use microwave ovens. If you must use a microwave to heat your compress, you should use extreme caution. The safest way to microwave the compress is by placing it in a microwave-safe container that is filled with water and then bring water to a boil.
Once the compress is hot, you may apply it for 15-20 minutes (or as directed by your doctor), and then off the affected area for 40-45 minutes (or as directed by your doctor). Between hot therapy treatments, store the compress at room temperature. The compress will re-warm in 2-3 minutes.
Compress Care: After use, the compress can be cleaned with a mild soap, detergent or alcohol. For better results, return your compress to the refrigerator or freezer after every use. When stored in the refrigerator or freezer, do not place any heavy objects on top of your compress.
Healthy Tip: For best results, it is recommended to buy 2 compresses to be able to have a cold one ready at all times while the other is being used.
Applicable Procedures: BOTOX® Injections, Restylane/Perlane Injections, Hylaform Injections, Collagen Injections, Fat Injections, Filler Injections, Dermabrasion, Face lift, Eyelid Surgery (Blepharoplasty), Hylaform, Laser Hair Removal, Laser Skin Resurfacing, Chemical peel, Laser Transclearal Cyclo Ablasion, LASIK, Microdermabrasion, Nose Surgery (Rhinoplasty), Permanent Make-Up, Permanent Eye Liner, Strabismus.