THERA°PEARL Review and Giveaway

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What I say:
THERA°PEARL Neck Wrap is the best reusable lightweight and flexible pain therapy system I have found. THERA°PEARL Neck Wrap is easy to use either as a cold or hot therapy. I would recommend having 2-1 to keep in the freezer at all times and then the other to use in the microwave. The neck wrap is designed to snug around the neck but can be used in other places-I have used it on my knees.


THERA°PEARL Pack should be applied to skin for doctor recommended time of 20 minutes. Remove and wait at least 20 minutes. Reapply pack for 20 minutes, if needed.

HEAT THERAPY - Microwave for time indicated below and test pack temperature. Heat for additional 5 seconds as needed until desired temperature is reached.

700 Watt Microwave: 60 seconds

1000 Watt Microwave: 50 seconds

1250 Watt Microwave: 40 seconds

COLD THERAPY - Freeze for at least 2 hours.

TheraPearl has generously agreed to provide the winner of this giveaway with one of their Neck Wraps.

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What they say:
Poor posture and overwork can leave your neck and shoulders feeling tight and sore. Instead of an expensive massage, drape THERA°PEARL’s flexible Neck Wrap over your aching muscles. You won’t believe how quickly its comforting hot or cold therapy breaks the tension.
The wrap’s wide back and long sides blanket your neck and shoulders simultaneously for twice the relief. Twist it into any position even when it’s frozen! It’s so lightweight and comfortable you can wear it under a shirt or sweater.
Chill it in the fridge or freezer, or pop it in the microwave. The wrap holds its therapeutic temperature for a full 20 minutes. Numb the ache with analgesic cold, or soothe and release the tightness with penetrating heat. Your neck and shoulders will thank you.
Disclaimer and disclosure: * I received this product in exchange for a review. I was not compensated for my review and all my opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising. *

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