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Cold therapy

Fast Ice

Disposable instant ice pack

Cold, quick relief.

WHAT IS IT?

A practical, disposable pack in non-woven fabric, containing instant ice that's as convenient to use at home as when you're out and about.

WHAT DOES IT DO FOR YOU?

Allows you to apply the ice wherever you need it, quickly and easily. It stays cold for a long time, maintaining a temperature of 0° for about 30 minutes.

WHAT MAKES IT UNIQUE?

The ice pack activates in just seconds by simply pressing the outside of the pack, and thanks to the effect of quick cooling, you can significantly reduce swelling and pain at any time.

IN WHAT FORMAT CAN YOU FIND IT?

You'll find Fast Ice in a single package containing 2
disposable packs, each measuring 13.5cm x 18cm.

 

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