Cold therapy


Cold/hot gel cushion

Heat and cold in one product.


A practical, reusable gel cushion that provides heat or cold when applied to the body, depending on your needs. It's suitable for the whole family, even for the little ones.


It heals using the therapeutic power of heat or cold.


Heat therapy reduces muscle tension, so is particularly suitable for back pain, sciatica, muscle stiffness, and muscle and rheumatic pain.

Cold therapy, on the other hand, blocks inflammation in your body. It's indicated for minor contusions, acute trauma, sprained, strained and twisted muscles, burns, bleeding, skin inflammations, insect bites, headaches, and toothache.


A non-freezing gel formulation that adapts to the body part and doesn't slide off when you move. And it's so easy — to use it hot, just heat it in boiling water or in the microwave; to use it cold, just put it in the freezer before use.


Thermogel cushion comes in 4 handy formats:

Small, 10 cm x 10 cm:

its cover of unwoven fabric makes it pleasant to the touch. It can be applied directly
to the area that needs treatment, and thanks to its small size, you can easily use it when
the pain is concentrated in very specific parts of your body.

Medium, 10 cm x 26 cm (with protective cover):

the packaging includes a sleeve that protects the gel cushionfrom
external contact, for optimal application all over the body.

Medium, 10 cm x 26 cm (with elasticated strap):

the stretchable, sturdy elasticated strap ensures the
gel cushion always stays in position on the treated area.

Large, 20 cm x 30 cm:

thanks to its large size and sleeve with 2 elasticated straps, it is recommended for
use on large areas of the body, such as the stomach, back, thighs and shoulders.

Knee, 17 x 30 cm (with elastic strip):

Its ergonomic shape has been specifically designed to adhere well to the knee joint without
limiting its movement, whilst the soft, comfortable elasticated strip prevents
the gel pad from slipping when you move.

Made in Italy range

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