This home made ice pack can be in your freezer all ready to go for bumps and necks and hardly costs anything. One part rubbing alcohol to three parts water. Gets really cold but never hardens. Just like a real cold pack! :)
Let’s face it. It’s confusing as to when to apply a heat pad or when you should get out the ice pack. Thankfully, the good folks at the Cleveland Clinic have created this handy dandy chart to help figure out what’s best for each situation. As an example, it suggests to use ice for
Thera Pearl Knee Ice Pack | this ice pack is great for IT band issues, runners knee, or other knee injuries. It has a strap that keeps it in place so you can actually sit in a upright position (or even stand!) while wearing it. Click for more info and where to purchase. | fridaylovesong.net
ice pack device from socks ... buy knee-high basic tube socks (...without heels...). Overlap them at the toes and stitch two lines...ice packs will fit in each side of the socks...overlapped section goes at your chin...ends of the socks are tied up over the top of your head...chin will be comfortable and the ice will be held at just the right spots on your cheeks while a thin layer of cloth will protect your skin. I found a 2-inch overlap worked best.
Makes a great gift! This comfortable, wearable ice pack provides effective, natural relief for migraines and headaches so you can keep going. It also makes a great neck wrap and is awesome for your post-workout cool down. You'll find lots of uses for this innovative product and it makes a great gift for the migraine sufferer or athlete in your life. Order at Amazon