Relieving puffiness, dry eyes and irritation, the compress eye mask provides soothing hot or cold therapy for up to 20 minutes. Contouring to the face, the nontoxic gel remains flexible when frozen. Constructed with a soft, latex-free material, each gel pack features strong, leakproof seams. Providing a protective barrier, the soft fabric cover is easily removable when heating or cooling the eye mask. Securing with a strong fastener, the eye mask straps allow for a comfortable, customizable fit. Includes two facial packs for soothing toothaches, bumps and bruises.
The Arctic Flex gel packs, including the eye mask pack, remain cool for up to 30 minutes.
Yes! The soft gel mask can be heated in the microwave for 15 seconds for soothing warmth.
Yes! The Arctic Flex gel packs and the fabric cover are latex-free.
Yes, the fabric cover should be hand washed with cool water and a mild detergent. Lay flat to dry. The gel packs should be wiped down with a damp cloth and dried immediately with a lint-free cloth.
Yes! The soft fabric cover is removable.
Yes! The strong fastener strap is adjustable to fit most head sizes up to 25” in circumference when measured around the head at eye level.
The gel pack is constructed with a latex-free vinyl exterior and filled with a safe, non-toxic gel.
Place the eye mask pack flat in the freezer for at least 2 hours. Remove the gel pack from the freezer and secure it in the included fabric cover if desired. Apply the gel pack to the affected area for up to 20 minutes.
It will take a minimum of two hours in a standard freezer to reach the optimal temperature for soothing, cold therapy.
Yes, the Arctic Flex pack provides 20 minutes of cold or heat therapy for relief from sore, puffy eyes, dry eyes and headaches.
No, the soft exterior is latex-free and non-toxic. The pack also includes a soft fabric cover to protect sensitive skin.
No, the Arctic Flex gel remains pliable when frozen to easily contour to the face.
Yes, the gel pack is suitable for heat therapy. First, remove the fabric cover, then microwave the gel pack only for 15 seconds, followed by 5-second intervals if necessary. Remove the pack from the microwave and secure it in the fabric cover. WARNING: Do not exceed 150 degrees.