Hot & Cold Therapy Clay Ice Pack for Lower Back & Knee Pain Relief by FOMI Care | Reuseable Cold Wrap, Cold Compress & Heating Pad | Microwavable, Moldable, Natural Clay Mud Filling (14″ x 5″)

Hot & Cold Therapy Clay Ice Pack for Lower Back & Knee Pain Relief by FOMI Care | Reuseable Cold Wrap, Cold Compress & Heating Pad | Microwavable, Moldable, Natural Clay Mud Filling (14″ x 5″)

Hot & Cold Therapy Clay Ice Pack for Lower Back & Knee Pain Relief by FOMI Care | Reuseable Cold Wrap, Cold Compress & Heating Pad | Microwavable, Moldable, Natural Clay Mud Filling (14



Our FOMI Clay Pack was designed in consultation with physicians, chiropractors & physical therapists. It utilizes a synchronized blend of all-natural, ceramic clay and non-toxic oils to create a unique, soothing moldable clay wrap. Utilizing unique technology, it retains peak therapeutic temperatures for longer periods of time than gel.

It can be used for both hot and cold therapy to provide you customized relief for your specific ailment. Cold therapy is ideal for reducing swelling and pain caused by inflammation, and relieves the discomfort associated with joint & muscle injuries, back pain, arthritis, post-surgical pain & burns. Hot therapy relaxes tight muscles and restores flexibility in a wide variety of ailments including muscle pain & soreness, muscle spasms & cramps, arthritis, chronic back stiffness, and menstrual cramps. Simply place the FOMI Oversized Clay Pack in the refrigerator or freezer until desired temperature for a cold/ice pack effect. For a hot pack effect, simply place in microwave or in hot water until desired temperature is reached. Then place the The clay pack is then ready to relieve your aches and pains!

The FOMI Clay Pack is 14″ x 5″. It is made out of non-toxic, medical grade clay with premium PVC cover, resisting tearing and leaking. Made with the unique triple pouch design, the clay is evenly distributed throughout. It remains flexible even while cold, allowing it to conform to the body part being treated and reach deep into the tissue to reduce pain and tension. Simply wipe it down to clean.

$ 10.99

Hot & Cold Therapy Clay Ice Pack for Lower Back & Knee Pain Relief by FOMI Care | Reuseable Cold Wrap, Cold Compress & Heating Pad | Microwavable, Moldable, Natural Clay Mud Filling (14

  • UNIQUE: Our revolutionary clay pack utilizes a synchronized blend of all-natural, ceramic clay and non-toxic oils to create a soothing moldable clay wrap. It utilizes unique technology to retain peak therapeutic temperatures for longer periods of time than gel.
  • DUAL FUNCTIONING: Alternate between heat and cold therapy with these versatile clay packs. Simply place in refrigerator or freezer until desired temperature for a cold/ice pack effect. For a hot pack effect, simply place in microwave or in hot water until desired temperature is reached. The clay pack is then ready to relieve your aches and pains! The pack can also be used for Back, Waist, Shoulder, Neck, Calves and Hip.
  • THERAPEUTIC EFFECT: Cold therapy reduces swelling and pain caused by inflammation and relieves the discomforts associated with joint & muscle injuries, back pain, arthritis, post- surgical pain & burns. Hot therapy relaxes tight muscles and restores flexibility in a wide variety of ailments including muscle pain & soreness, muscle spasms & cramps, arthritis, chronic back stiffness, and menstrual cramps.
  • FLEXIBLE, REUSABLE, SAFE: Made out of non-toxic, medical grade clay with premium PVC cover, it resists tearing and leaking. Remains flexible even while cold, allowing it to conform to the body part being treated and reach deep into the tissue to reduce pain and tension. It can be washed by simply wiping it down.

Health Daily | Community
Health Daily | Community
This information may not fit your specific health circumstances and is only intended to supplement, not replace advice from your doctor or qualified healthcare provider. This information is not meant to cover all possible uses, interactions, precautions, or effects. Please consult your healthcare provider to address your specific health circumstances.

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