Therapy-Grade Gel Packs (5) for Cool Cap
5 extra medical-grade ice packs, so you can use your Cool Cap as often as you need. Keep them in the freezer, so you're never without relief.
Always be prepared with an extra set of gel packs
- • LONG-LASTING: Medical-grade gel packs that stay cold for up to 3 hours
- • DOUBLE YOUR COOLING: Swap them into your Cool Cap® whenever you need to
- • SOFT WHEN FROZEN: Each pack conforms to your head, for more relief and comfort
The inside of your Cool Cap has 5 numbered pockets. Each number corresponds to a number on a gel pack.
Remove each original gel pack from its pocket, then slide your new pack into it. Each pocket is elastic, so you can stretch it to fit in your new pack — even if it's ice cold.
We recommend always keeping your spare set in the freezer, so it's ready whenever you need it.
- 5 medical-grade gel ice packs
- Usage and care instructions
NO QUESTIONS ASKED
If you don't love your Icekap for any reason, contact us within 60 days for a no-questions-asked refund.
If you've ordered a size that doesn't fit, we're more than happy to do a size exchange or full refund. We'll cover the cost of a size exchange, but we will have to ask you to cover the shipping.
But you should be able to avoid all that hassle by following these steps:
- Follow our sizing guide to find out the size you'll likely need. We recommend measuring a few times, just to be sure.
- If you find your measurement "between sizes," round up. You can tighten a larger Cool Cap to fit your head, but you can't make a small one any looser.
For returns, as well as any questions, comments, or concerns, please contact email@example.com
Double Your Relief.
These medical-grade gel packs are identical to the ones used for the original Icekap® Cool Cap. Cycling through 2 sets of packs ensures that you're never without relief.
3 HOURS OF EXTRA RELIEF
Extend your cold therapy sessions.
These medical-grade gel packs can stay cold for up to 3 hours. With an extra set, you can cycle between them to get even more relief.
SOFT WHEN FROZEN
The comfiest gel packs you'll ever find.
The gel inside these packs stays soft and malleable at any temperature — so they'll conform to your head for more cooling and more comfort.
TARGET YOUR THERAPY
As much, or as little, cooling as you need.Add or remove gel packs to your Cool Cap — even when they're cold — so you can adjust its overall temperature and only target the cooling areas you want
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Frequently Asked Questions
What makes a gel pack "medical grade?"+-
Medical-grade gel packs are manufactured to the highest standards, and are designed to stay cold for much longer than a conventional ice pack — remaining below room temperature for 2-3 hours, on average, compared to less than 30 minutes for consumer-grade packs.. Medical-grade packs are also much more durable, and stay soft and malleable when cold — so they can perfectly conform to your head or body.
How long do my gel packs need to be in the freezer for?+-
If you start from room temperature, your packs should be cool enough to use after about 4 hours in the freezer. But because they’re medical-grade packs, they’ll continue to get colder for up to 24 hours — at which point they’ll be colder and last longer than your average ice pack.
If you prefer, you can buy a second set of gel packs so you always have some in the freezer even when you're wearing your Icekap Cool Cap.
How does the Icekap Cool Cap work?+-
Cold temperatures have been used for centuries to soothe headache, inflammation, and general pain. Blood vessels constrict when they’re exposed to cold, which can help reduce the transmission of pain signals.
Keep your Cool Cap in the freezer (in a freezer bag, if you have one), and whenever you need relief, just take it out and put it on your head. Take a moment to tighten the straps to your desired level of compression, and then you’ll feel the relief begin to wash over you.
How is the Icekap Cool Cap different from other cold compression caps?+-
We designed the Cool Cap to deliver cold therapy that’s:
- Longer-lasting, with medical-grade gel packs that stay cold for much longer than your average ice pack or cooling cap.
- Targeted to problem areas, with 5 cooling zones, placed exactly where they need to be to deliver maximum relief.
- Combined with compression, which also helps with headache relief. Your Cool Cap comes with adjustable straps so you can decide the exact level of tightness that works best for you..
What is cold therapy?+-
Cold therapy is the practice of exposing the body to very cold temperatures to activate the body’s natural ability to rejuvenate itself. Cold has been used for centuries to soothe headaches, inflammation, and pain. Blood vessels constrict when they’re exposed to cold, which can help reduce the transmission of pain signals.
Can I use the Icekap Cool Cap for warming therapy?+-
You certainly can! Some people find relief from applying warm compresses to their head, and you can do that with your Cool Cap. Just take the gel packs out of the cap and microwave them in 10-second increments, or submerge them in warm water. But be careful, as the packs can get very hot if overheated.
What parts of the head does the Icekap Cool Cap target?+-
Your Cool Cap has 5 pockets for gel packs: 1 across the forehead, 2 on the temples, 1 across the back of the neck, 1 on the top frontal region of your head. We designed it this way because these are the most common regions that headache sufferers experience pain.
If you’re only looking to soothe specific regions, just remove the packs from the pockets where you don’t want the cold temperatures.
Can I use Icekap for a head injury?+-
You should definitely consult with your doctor first if you believe you have a head injury. But head cooling has been shown in studies to reduce inflammation and support recovery*, so Icekap is definitely something that could help.
*Harris B, Andrews PJD, Murray GD, et al. Systematic review of head cooling in adults after traumatic brain injury and stroke. 2012. In: NIHR Health Technology Assessment programme: Executive Summaries. Southampton (UK): NIHR Journals Library; 2003-.