I have come across an amazing product that I am absolutely in love with and it is a cold pack with an ingenious twist. These cold packs are cold Paincakes and what is so special about them is that they stick to you and stay in place. So there is no more sitting in one spot while icing, or trying to tie or even prop a cold pack on the right spot. All you have to do is grab your frozen Paincakes, take off the protective film on the one side that sticks, put it on the spot you need, and then go about your next task. All the while you are moving and getting things done, Paincakes stays put for you.
Paincakes are reusable and come in their own packaging that you keep them in so that when not in use, you put it in the packaging and put it in the freezer. The packaging keeps the Paincakes clean and protected while in the freezer. Here is a small Paincakes on my injured knee with the packaging beside it….
Paincakes are sticky on one side and that is what makes it stick in place while you are icing your injuries. Each Paincakes comes with a protective film that you remove (once frozen) and stick in place. When done icing, you put the protective film back in place, the Paincakes back in their protective packaging, and then everything back in the freezer until next icing session.
Paincakes come in a regular size and the all new mini size.
Paincakes really do stick. They also retain their stickiness. I have been using and reusing my Paincakes to see if the stickiness starts to lose its effectiveness and I have not noticed any deterioration in it to date. You just have to remember to follow the instructions and keep that protective film over the sticky area when not in use. Also never pull the protective film off unless the Paincakes is frozen.
Check out the Paincakes stick…..
Paincakes cannot be replaced by your bag of peas or any other ice or cold pack that I have seen to date. There is nothing else that I have ever tried to use that allows me the freedom that Paincakes does. If I need to move, get up, or just about anything else, I can even while icing with my Paincakes.
Paincakes also come in different colors. The regular Paincakes come in Purple, Blue, Green, and Red. The mini Paincakes come in Blue, Purple, and Red. In my photos above, I am using the purple regular Paincakes and a blue mini Paincakes.
The mini Paincakes is awesome for those smaller injuries or areas of joints that you need to get right in to. The regular Paincakes are good for covering larger surfaces for the bigger injuries.
I also love that my Paincakes take up minimal room in our freezer. Paincakes are basically flat and easy to store right on the freezer door, basically taking no freezer space away.
For someone like me that has a latex allergy, I am so happy that they made Paincakes latex free.
I am always so excited when a company takes a product and puts an ingenious twist on it to make it even better and that is exactly what Paincakes has done. Something so simple as making the cold pack stick to you so you can move while icing has improved the product tenfold.
If you are looking to get your very own Paincakes, you can purchase Paincakes right online at their official online store.
If you still have any questions about Paincakes, you can check out their FAQ page.
We all love our Paincakes and highly recommend that you check them out. They are so awesome to have on hand for all those injuries both big and small.
To find out more about Paincakes, makes sure to visit them here….
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Disclosure: MomMomOnTheGo was provided product for the purpose of conducting this review. As always, MomMomOnTheGo only supports companies, products, and services that she loves.
Photo Credits are to Paincakes unless otherwise indicated under photo.