Cold & Hot
Rapid^ and long lasting* relief
from the common sport injuries
^ Clinically proven relief that works in just 20 minutes
* Apply to the affected area for 20 minutes twice a day. Excessive usecan cause tissue damage.
Used and approved by
Hospitals & Clinics,
Athletes & Trainers,
Use heat and cold for pain relief
Heat is best for treating chronic pain
Cold is best for acute pain
Recharge, relax and rejuvenate
Use COLD for acute pain or a fresh swollen, inflamed injury
Cold therapy numbs new injuries. Cold slows down blood flow to an injury, thereby reducing pain, swelling and redness. Cold therapy is believed to aid in control of inflammation and swelling that occurs after exercise.
Applying cold compression can help relieve an acute pain and reduce post-exercise inflammation. It is also used when the injury is recent, red, inflamed, or sensitive.
Its goal is to decrease cell growth and reproduction (cellular metabolism), increase cellular survival, decrease inflammation, decrease pain and spasm, promote the constriction of blood vessels.
Use HEAT for chronic pain or an injury that is a day or more old
Heat is relaxing. That’s why overworked muscles respond best to heat. Heat therapy increases blood flow and supplies oxygen and nutrients, and speed the removal of lactic acid from muscles.
Applying superficial heat to your body can relax spasms, soreness and stiffness to bring relief. It also improve the flexibility of tendons and ligaments, and reduce alleviate pain.
Clinical studies have found that continuous low-level heat wrap therapy can help lessen muscle and joint pain better than oral analgesics, acetaminophen and ibuprofen.
* Please consult your doctor before using if you have circulation problems.
Revive & Brighten
Your Tired Skin
Remedy for Muscular Injury
for Sport Injury
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Tel: (65) 9724 4216
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Central, Hong Kong
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