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Product description

Color:Dark Pink

❤ THE BOO BOO BALL IS PERFECT FOR ANYONE AND EVERYONE! EACH BALL IS DESIGNED TO HELP RELIEVE PAIN AND SWELLING ALL WHILE NOT HAVING TO FEEL THE COLD/HEAT WITH THE USE OF ITS BUILT HANDLE LOCATED ON THE LID. PERFECT FOR INJURIES, WISDOM TEETH, BREASTFEEDING AND HEADACHES.

❤ TO USE: COLD THERAPY/ SIMPLY TWIST THE LID/HANDLE OFF AND FILL WITH DESIRED AMOUNT OF ICE (YOU CAN ADD A LITTLE WATER AS WELL IF YOU WANT MORE OF A FITTED FEEL) TWIST THE LID/HANDLE TIGHTLY BACK ON AND PLACE ON DESIGNATED AREA. HEAT THERAPY/ SIMPLY TWIST THE LID/HANDLE OFF AND FILL WITH WATER (AT LEAST A CUP). TWIST THE LID TIGHTLY BACK ON AND PLACE IN MICROWAVE FOR APPROXIMATELY 25 SECONDS BELOW 850W. IF MORE HEAT IS REQUIRED, REHEAT FOR 5 SECONDS OR UNTIL SAFE DESIRED TEMPERATURE IS REACHED FOR COMFORTABLE APPLICATION. PLACE ON DESIGNATED AREA. (BE CAUTIOUS WITH HOT WATER TEMPS)

❤ CONVENIENCE USE: TAKE IT ON THE GO TO SPORTING EVENTS, DOCTORS APPOINTMENTS, WORK, OR SCHOOL.

❤ RELIEF: USE COLD FOR BUMPS, BRUISES, HEADACHES, BREASTFEEDING, WISDON TEETH, AND SWELLING. USE HEAT FOR MUSCLE PAIN, TIGHTNESS, AND STIFF JOINTS.

❤ TOP NOTCH QUALITY: BPA FREE, SOFT HYGIENIC SILICONE, SPILL PROOF. ( NATURAL CONDENSATION DUE TO THE COLDNESS MAY BE PRESENT)

❤ TO CLEAN: DISHWASHER SAFE OR SIMPLY HAND WASH BEFORE/AFTER USE.

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