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Keep Cool with HeadCoolies #giveaway

What if there was a product that could help with relief of headaches/migraines, reducing fevers, lowering body temperature and cooling relief for hot summer days?  Would you use it?  We would!  This product is called HeadCoolie.

Remember when you were sick with a fever or headache and your mom would put a cold, wet cloth on your forehead?  HeadCoolies are the hands-free version of the cold, wet cloth.


The HeadCoolie wraps comfortably around your head with a velcro closure so you don’t need to worry about it slipping off your head.  It has an inside pocket which holds an insert filled with gel.  The insert can be refrozen and reused many times.


The HeadCoolie is insulated so it stays cold longer than the traditional cold cloth.  It can be worn on your forehead, around your neck or other parts of your body that need to be cooled down.

When my daughter gets a fever, we need to be diligent and immediate in trying to get it down.  If her fevers don’t come down ASAP, we are headed to the ER because it will spike to over 104.  One way to cool her down is with a cool, wet cloth.  However, with fevers as high as 104/105 that cloth does NOT stay cool for long.  Since HeadCoolies are universal for adults and kids, these would be the perfect solution to having to change a cloth every few seconds.


The HeadCoolie is not only great for fever relief, but can also be used for keeping cool at the beach and during sports, or at the end of the day to relax and unwind.  They are easy to clean since they are machine washable.


With 6 different colors, there is a HeadCoolie for everyone in your family.



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Sunday 16th of December 2012

For when the kids have a fever.

Susan Meyer

Sunday 16th of December 2012

Send it to my daughter in law for when the grandchildren are ill with fevers.

Stephanie Pilgrim

Sunday 16th of December 2012

I would use it for fever relief on the littles :)

Amber Y

Saturday 15th of December 2012

I would use it when I get headaches. I usually fill a sock with ice and use that, but this would probably be simpler.

Fiona N

Saturday 15th of December 2012

I would use it for my headaches Thank You So Much for the chance