Use for: minor bumps, cuts, scrapes and bruises; muscle aches, strains and sprains; headaches and toothaches; minor burns and insect bites.
Remove cold pack from the freezer and insert into cover, or wrap with a lightweight towel. Raise the injured area and apply the cold pack to help reduce swelling. Apply no longer than 20 minutes, then leave the injured area uncovered for 20 minutes before applying again. Cold therapy (e.g. Nexcare Cold Packs) are recommended for use during the first 48 hours of an injury to reduce pain and swelling.
Elderly or persons with circulatory problems should not use any cold packs except as directed by their physicians. Remove the cold pack after 20 minutes. Leave the injury uncovered for 20 minutes before applying another cold pack. Skin damage including frostbite can occur with applications longer than 20 minutes. Do not use a Nexcare Reusable Cold Pack for heat therapy. Nexcare Reusable Hot Pack is available for heat therapy. This product is for first aid. If you have any questions about a major injury or if swelling or pain persist, consult your physician