SOS Period Pain Patches relieve period cramps with their pleasant and well-tolerated heat. The patches contain a mixture of activated charcoal and iron powder that slowly generates heat when exposed to oxygen. The patches provide gentle, natural and constant heat for at least 12 hours.
Period pain patches are attached to the clothing and/or underwear in the area of the lower abdomen and/or lower back.
The beneficial effect of heat: Heat is a proven method for relieving cramps and pain.
Continuous and penetrating heat has the property of relaxing tense muscles. In the case of period pains, the heat can alleviate symptoms such as pain and cramps in the lower abdomen and lower back.
Relieves cramp-like pain in the lower abdomen
Therapeutic, even, deep heat
Self-activating heat patch
Info-Video from Dr. Kleine
• Open the sachet with the period pain patch by hand (do not cut) and remove the heat patch. The heat patch is activated by air. Therefore do not open the sachet until the heat patch is needed. • Carefully peel off the protective foil. • Apply the adhesive side of the heat patch to the clothing or underwear over the painful area of the lower abdomen or lower back. • After opening, the period pain patch patch is activated within 1 minute and warms up within 5 minutes. The heat patch provides up to 12 hours of pleasant, soothing and evenly distributed heat.
Warnings: If used incorrectly, the period pain patch may cause burns, even at a low temperature. Therefore, please read the instructions for use carefully before using the the patch and retain the product information leaflet in case you need to refer to it again later. Check the application site regularly.
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