Baby / Must Have Products · July 4, 2013 0

Ease Your Little One with A Thermal Aid Heating & Cool Pack

This is a sponsored post.  As with all the products I blog about, I use them personally and opinions are my own, I was not influenced in any way by the compensation I received.

When your little one is sick it is one of the hardest moments for us moms. When will grasp at straws and try to find anything and everything that will help our little ones fill better. However, sometimes there is not much you can do but keep them comfortable with a hot or cold pack. Thermal-Aid has come up with a new and exciting way to do just that with little ones.

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About Thermal-Aid: 

Heating and cooling packs by Thermal-Aid were developed by our Bio-Engineers and Doctors that worked closely with milling experts using a unique patented process, which removes the embryo/germ tip cap and outer coat from each kernel of corn. This leaves the purest and cleanest portion of the corn product. This process hardens the specialized de-germinated corn, allowing it to hold temperatures evenly for long periods of time. It also eliminates mold, fungi and foul odors often associated with natural heating/cooling products.

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My Thoughts: 

Look at that bear! Isn’t it the cutest thing. It looks like a plan old stuff animal. Who would have thought it had magical powers too!! This cute little bear can be a heating pad or a cool pad. Zoey O just this week got hit with her first sun burn. She is measurable.  I put aloe on it and it just seemed not to do the trick. I decided to stick this bear in the freezer and let it get cool. Then when she went to bed at night I stuck it beside her on her back. “It feels good Mommy,” she said. I then knew it was doing the trick for her. It’s also perfect for reducing fevers or soothing certain booboos. If it gets dirty it’s okay, because it’s also washable. Which is very important factor when it comes to little ones! Violet (named by Zoey O) has become a very useful friend in this house. When could have you used it recently?

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