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Small Roll On Reusable Cold Pack

Reusable icy relief · Helps target sore spots and stiffness · Soft and stretchy

With a small ice pack you can sit back and relax or keep moving while icing a sore finger, toe, or wrist. It’s soft and stretchy to pull on and provide flexible and soothing icy compression.

  • Ultra flexible design provides comfortable cool compression for your wrist, finger or both
  • Non-toxic and latex free
  • Finger version is perfect for arthritis, carpal tunnel, finger sprains, strains, jammed or stubbed fingers and toes, tendonitis, trigger finger, painters finger, sports injuries
  • Wrist version is perfect for arthritis, carpal tunnel, sprains, strains, tendonitis, sporting injuries from football, and basketball, as well as sore, swollen and stiff joints from hard work and repetitive injuries
  • Please note: Use only as directed. Do not heat


Finger: 1.74" x 1.57" x 4.6"; Wrist: 2.56" x 2.56" x 3.75"


Finger: 0.15 lb; Wrist: 0.44 lb


Ultra-stretchy polymer material, glycerin, water


Keep out of direct sunlight. Do not heat. Store in the freezer



PAINCAKES® help take some of the pain out of icing sore muscles and joints by delivering icy cold relief without you needing to sit still. The packs have a reusable adhesive that won’t irritate your skin or pull out hair. It’s made with a medical-grade, non-toxic nanogel patch that lets a pack be reused over 100 times. Just place the cover on the gel patch after each use. Need to cool down a smaller spot? The soft and stretchy roll-on pack is sized perfectly for the job. Put a pack in the freezer and it’ll cool in 30 minutes, which is conveniently the recommended waiting time between cold therapy sessions. If you want your PAINCAKES® to be even colder, leave them in the freezer for up to 2 hours. Stick one on dry skin, then sit back or get up and move around.